Kayla Webley

Time Magazine

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Staff writer at Time magazine, covering education

Kayla Webley on KCRW

Massive Open Online Courses, or MOOC's, began last year when Stanford Professor Sebastian Thrun put a class on line.

Can Higher Education Be Democratized on the Internet?

Massive Open Online Courses, or MOOC's, began last year when Stanford Professor Sebastian Thrun put a class on line.

from Which Way, L.A.?

Massive Open Online Courses, or MOOC's, began last year when Stanford Professor Sebastian Thrun put a class on line.

Can Higher Education Be Democratized on the Internet?

Massive Open Online Courses, or MOOC's, began last year when Stanford Professor Sebastian Thrun put a class on line.

from To the Point

If you've never heard of a MOOC, don't worry. Massive Open Online Courses began last year when Stanford Professor Sebastian Thrun put a class on line.

College Reinvented in the Year of the 'MOOC'

If you've never heard of a MOOC, don't worry. Massive Open Online Courses began last year when Stanford Professor Sebastian Thrun put a class on line.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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