This is interesting:
Stanford Graduate School of Business will launch its first massive open online course (MOOC) in October, The Finance of Retirement and Pensions, led by finance professor and pension expert Joshua Rauh. The course, which runs for eight weeks starting October 14, 2013, will help participants become more informed decision makers about their own retirement portfolios and about related government programs and policies. Prospective participants may find more information, including a video overview, and register for the course online.
This inaugural Stanford GSB MOOC is part of the school’s initiative to explore the most productive ways to use educational technology. “We see educational technology as an important way to enhance the on-campus experience for our students, as well as a way to have a larger global impact by leveraging Stanford resources,” says Garth Saloner, dean of Stanford Graduate School of Business.
I'm not convinced MOOCs are the sure bet their proponents claim, but I definitely think we should be experimenting with them in law schools.