This chapter has given a detailed overview of the Top-Level Courses Project, including how it came to be implemented, how it is organized, the motivations behind it, the selection criteria for courses and how they have developed, and rich case studies of how the project is actually implemented, seen from both the point of view of university administrators, and individual professors. In the next chapter, we will compare it with MIT OpenCourseWare, which was introduced in chapter two, and also look at how the Top-Level Courses Project has been perceived abroad.