As for online classes, I see the good and potentially some bad as well. Online classes help people who have issues with time, unpredictable schedules and location troubles. I personally enjoy online classes because you dictate your own schedule and pace as well as when you wanna do certain assignments. However I have some concern with statements like "online classes are the future of education". Perhaps I'm not to polished on this subject and I probably need to read more on this subject but I'm concerned for the quality of the education. For example, a friend of mine took an online class on anatomy, prior to it he had taken a traditional class on it and had gotten a low grade so he wanted to improve it. On the online class he got an A however he didn't feel challenged and due to the nature of the course (online) he didn't partake in any labs or dissections. Also after reading the article on edtechtimes.com it seems like education will become subjective to the consumers preference, meaning they'll choose the classes they deem important. Also online learning may prove to be challenging when taking difficult classes that say, take longer to understand than just half an hour. I've been on khan academy before for chemistry and the videos at times left much to be desired in terms of help. How will the student get the help he needs and how long will it take to get that help? Based on these concerns I'm a little skeptical of the effectiveness of certain, completely online programs and the complete autonomy of students to choose their courses perhaps without the help of an advisor.