By Andrea Courey. Break out of the stuffy classroom and forget those exorbitant tuition fees that make education the domain of the privileged. Can't quite decide if I should take the Sapienza University of Rome's Early Renaissance Architecture or a class with renowned quantum physicist Valerio Scarani of the National University of Singapore called Randomness, Chance and Free Will. Then there's Dr. Wendell Porter's class at the University of Florida about Sustainable Energy . . . so much choice, so little time. As a lifelong learner, I'm truly a kid in a candy store as I peruse the course offerings at coursera.org. More...