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Author Topic: FreewareGenius on Free online courses from the top 40 colleges in the US  (Read 2761 times)


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FreewareGenius has a big comprehensive article on free online academic courses:


Online education is ubiquitous, it seems, and has a lot to recommend it, such as the convenience of learning when and where you want, and the fact that there are so many free courses out there. However, many online schools seem like they suddenly came out of nowhere, as if created yesterday by a committee of MBA types. The good news is that most brick and mortar schools now have online programs, including most of the best universities in America, and many offer online courses that are 100% free to take.

This post will list the top 40 US universities and present you with the free-for-all online education resources that each college (and/or members of it’s faculty) has on offer. This article aims to be the most comprehensive list of online education resources for the top colleges in America.

Source: http://www.freewareg...-colleges-in-the-us/
« Last Edit: June 05, 2012, 04:35:01 PM by mouser »


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Cool! Thanks for posting that.

I've been using the Khan Academy to brush up on some calculus and math and to start learning some theory on magnetism, etc.


Looks like there's lots out there. I'll be checking out some of those free courses over the next bit! I've been wanting to learn more about electrical engineering and the like.
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