By now, we are all aware of the many challenges that the higher education sector faces. The paradox of undergraduate education in the United States is that it is the envy of the world, but also tremendously beleaguered. High costs and soaring tuition are often cited as reasons that the industry is floundering, but the fact remains that in the past half millennium, the technology of learning has hardly budged. This is the foundation of the argument made in The Atlantic's "The Future of College". What advances in technology will lead to a fundamental change in the the way universities teach their students? What does the college of the future look like? Will a computer and internet connection be enough?