I've noticed that there are very few Massive Online Open Course (MOOCs) that cover the core college math curriculum, for example
- Basic integral and differential calculus
- Linear Algebra
- Abstract Algebra
- Symbolic logic
- Complex Variables
- Real Analysis
Anyone care to speculate what are the factors involved that make these bread-and-butter topics so much harder to MOOC-size or less easier to motivate professors to produce than Introduction to Water and Climate or Cybersecurity Fundamentals? I.e. it seems that specialized niche topics receive far more pedagogical energy than basic ones. But I know as a student that I would very much appreciate having the core fundamental topics available in MOOC form.