At Tagoras we try to apply what we preach about the field of lifelong learning. Learning, after all, is about changing behavior, which implies application. An underpinning of much of what we preach about learning is value.
As Jeff noted earlier this week, we take seriously the idea that education should be an investment. A big part of whether we, or any learner, can view an experience as an investment rather than an expense is the value we get out it.
For regular blog readers, you’ll know that we use the Value Ramp to help organizations in the business of lifelong learning think about their educational offerings and how they do—or might—represent different value and pricing, including free options.