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Below is a list of free online learning resources, that I’ve come across in the last couple of weeks. They are mainly for adults but I’ve included some for kids as well. I hope you find them helpful.
Harvard Online has a variety of free courses in 11 subject areas from varying campuses. Subject areas include Business, Programming, Education, Art & Design, and Health & Medicine.
EdX is a trusted platform for education and learning which offers free online courses from 120 educational institutions all around the world, including MIT, Harvard, and Berkeley.
Coursera collaborates with more than 190 renowned universities and businesses and is currently offering 100 free online courses in areas such as health and well-being, career development, and cloud technologies. You can sign up for free.
Skillshare is an online learning community with thousands of classes that can help you improve your professional skillset, or start a side hustle. They are currently offering 2 free months of unlimited classes ion topics including illustration, design, photography, video, freelancing, and more.
Alison is one of the world’s largest free learning platforms for education and skills training and are dedicated to making it possible for anyone, to study anything, anywhere, at any time, for free online, at any subject level. They offer courses from the world’s leading experts in available in technology, language, science, health, humanities, business, math, marketing, and lifestyle.
Code Academy is the place you can go you’re trying to level up your career, build your side project, or simply play around with programming. They offer a free basic plan; basic account with 25 courses, interactive lessons &
Khan Academy’s mission is to provide a free, world-class education to anyone, anywhere. They offer free online courses, lessons, and exercises, in math, science, computer programming, history, art history, economics, and more, for learners, teachers, and parents.
CreativeLive offers thousands of online classes ranging from $14 to $299 from more than 700 master creators. But they now also offer CreativeLive TV, free 24-hour variety show live-streamed from the homes of their worldwide creative community. You can view musical performances, live Q&As, and shows on cooking, crafting, spoken word, drawing, and more.
If you’re interested in one of the paid courses, sign up for their newsletter. They periodically send out to subscribers.
Scratch teaches young people between the ages of 8 and 16 to learn to think creatively, reason systematically, and work collaboratively using computer programming. Your children can learn how to create interactive stories, games, and animations and share them with others in the online community.
Audible is the leading creator and provider of premium spoken-word entertainment and audiobook. They are offering free audiobooks for everyone and they also have a selection specifically for children (although I’m sure you’ll enjoy reading some of them too).
If you have any free online learning resources of your own, drop them in the comments and I’ll update the post.