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I’ve been interested in seeing how this material (especially homework and exams) could be leveraged for those interested in supplementing lecture-only classes from places like iTunes or Great Courses. But Scott decided to use this content as his primary learning source, turning to assigned textbooks and readings, course notes and other materials to teach himself four years of MIT-level computer science in twelve months.

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Introducing You VS the Year, the digital run challenge to run 1000KM in 2016
For whenever I’ve introduced people (particularly educators) to my own One Year BA project, the first thing they ask is whether the type of self-propelled learning can ever replace the experience of going to college which, in addition to an education, offers a safe environment to transition to adulthood, interaction with teachers and fellow students, socializing and networking opportunities, and – yes – a credential recognized and values in the marketplace.

 

on week one of this year, followed by $2 on week two ..

yes, I failed at the challenge last year
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He had to lay out his own set of rules for completing a class, which involved passing the final exam for the course under the same time constraints as actual MIT student enrolled in the same class. And because many of his courses were in computer science, he also decided to add completion of programming assignments associated with these classes to his heavy year-long workload.


In my ideal world, I’d read a different book every week of the year

And while I’ve pointed out that close to half of college students are already doing something other than living on campus between the ages of 18-22 (such as attending two-year, commuter or online colleges, or going to school at a different point their lives), it’s hard to argue that an independent learning program can replace all of the valuable components of a traditional college experience.

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Scott had to choose between Business and Computer Science majors when he first attended college in Canada and he made the choice to get a degree in Business. Similarly, I majored in chemistry back when I went to college, and while I have absolutely no regrets in my choice of study (even though I’ve never worked in the field), in the years since then I’ve developed different interests (including my current interest in philosophy).

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I completely agree with you. I’m a 42 years old biochemical researcher (my degree is in biology and I have a PhD in molecular biology) and I cannot go to the university to take courses in what I’m interested or I think that will be helpful in research. The option are to start reading a book on the subject which takes a longer times and books usually go deeper that I want to. On line courses are perfect, they are time flexible, you can decide waht units like to take, they are basic, so If you want to go deeper you a have a base and, on top of that, they are free.