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General Free learning

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A selection of free online courses in every possible topic you can think of. Some websites offer certificates and diplomas, while others will give you credits towards a university degree.

  • Coursera: offers a variety of courses from universities and approved partners. A lot of free courses but you can also earn a degree.
  • Open Yale Courses: free education from Yale University. Courses do not count towards credits.
  • Alison: free website dedicated to learning. Range of courses, certificates and diplomas all free.
  • BBC learning: Bitesize learning for school children. Variety of topics for core skills.
  • Edx Curtin University: Free online courses from Western Australia’s largest and most culturally diverse university Curtin University.
  • Forma Carm – Spanish: Spanish gubernamental free website with a range of courses from finance to languages. Designed for unemployed or elderly people. Free access for all.
  • Future Learn: Similar to Coursera, it offers a variety of courses from a range of universities.
  • Tfc books – Nikola Tesla: a great reference section on Tesla’s work.
  • Spot The Station: watch the International Space Station as it passes through different locations.
  • EDX.org: The courses span the full range of liberal arts disciplines, including humanities, social sciences, and physical and biological sciences.
  • MIT Open Courseware: Acclaimed MIT offers a range of courses from undergraduate and above. Not just physics and maths, but a variety of subjects.
  • Khan Academy: It provides free, world-class education in STEM and non-STEM subjects.
  • Open Culture: Over 1500 free courses from all over the Internet, including many Universities.
  • Techlr: Free and paid courses both in English and Spanish. Anybody can upload their own material
  • Carnegie Mellon Open Learning Initiative: provides a variety of courses from humanities to sciences for independent learners.
  • Science.gov: searches over 60 databases and over 2,200 scientific websites to provide users with access to more than 200 million pages of authoritative federal science information including research and development results.
  • The National Science Digital Library: provides high quality online educational resources for teaching and learning, with current emphasis on STEM
  • Scitable: Platform with resources for AP biology students, genetics and cell biology. You can customize your own eBooks for your students. Create an online classroom, etc.
  • Courses.com: it offers a variety in many different subjects for free from several Universities.

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