The question itself can be answered depending on your point of view in life, or depending on your mental state. It is not clear from it when and why we need to be taking the risks… so let’s get into more details.
For fact, it does not matter if you are a teacher, a banker or considering to take an online degree pilot, if you want to be the best and get ahead, you will need to take risks.
Yesterday iTutor.com has announced that the release date of the online learning management system (LMS) will be ready in the mid-May. The online LMS will help schools and parents track progress and monitor the success of iTutor’s programs at the administrative level, at the same time providing an engaging experience for students.
It will bridge the gap between what students need to know and what administrators and parents want to know.
In the last couple of years the number of online educational offerings is increasing, but with their rapid rise a critical question has rised: “Can such “virtual” classes cut through the maze of distractions – such as email, the Internet, and television – that face students sitting at their computers?”
Stanford University and edX, the non-profit online learning enterprise founded by Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), announced their collaboration to advance the development of edX’s open source learning platform and provide free and open online learning tools for institutions around the world.