Calculus education is just not working for everyone, and there are many more problems than any one person can fix. The internet needs to provide more than just more of the same. Videos of lectures are great at making learning accessible to everyone, but if someone didn't understand something in lecture then a video of another lecture is unlikely to help. So I want to do things differently. It may take time, but I want to take full advantage of the computing power available today to make education better for those that have struggled with other sources.
Eventually, I plan to add essentially an AI tutor that provides personalized advice for every user. This level of personalization will not be free, but users will receive feedback based on every answer they have provided. While online education has trailed traditional education in terms of personalization, a computer can actually do analysis of an individual that is more helpful than what an instructor can provide to 20+ students. However, before these more ambitious plans take shape Calculus College needs to be able to take care of the basics.