Study.com has a directory of online education articles which are organized according to the program. Education Week (edweek.org) covers educational reforms and policies in the United States, and online education research is published on EduCause.edu.
With the increasing popularity of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) comes the continuous launch of websites, such as MOOC-list.com, that publish lists of free online courses. Although the completion rate in online education is much lower than the completion rate in traditional schools, The Atlantic states that MOOCs help millions of students reach their educational goals. These courses allow users to study college level courses online, at no cost and during their free time.