In what ways will WUaS successfully build in Pandora Music's thumbs up/down at accrediting WUaS with CC MIT OCW in VIDEO (http://ocw.mit.edu/courses/audio-video-courses/) and in 7 languages & CC YALE OYC (http://oyc.yale.edu)?
While this can already be done in Youtube video and similar - and especially live in Google + group video Hangouts - it's not integrated into any online courses that I know of, let alone for online degrees.
And similarly, in what ways can this be integrated into the Conference Method of Teaching and Learning -
http://worlduniversity.wikia.com/wiki/Conference_Method_of_Teaching_and_Learning (in many languages) -
- and online, and especially with language, and information technology, and not just this binary yet very important feedback from potential students about a metaphorical "thumbs up/down" of what's being learned - and especially for the enjoyable "music of learning" - and in all subjects, including STEM subjects?
How is this already done by instructors, as well as communicated, at a Stanford, a MIT, a H.Y.P. or a Oxbridge, for examples? And in other languages?
In what ways will this be best coded for in the wiki side of World University and for inter-lingual study of how students learn, and how courses and learning can be more and more enjoyable and also lead to interesting careers?