Learn Anything Online for Free: A Primer

If you’re com­plete­ly new to the con­cept of “open” cours­es, then this primer is worth a good look. The new edi­tion of the AARP Bul­letin (which tar­gets mil­lions of Amer­i­cans over the age of 50) tells you where to find open cours­es, what soft­ware you might need, how to store files, etc. We get a lit­tle men­tion here, and if you’re vis­it­ing from AARP, I would encour­age you to delve into our large col­lec­tion of free cours­es from top uni­ver­si­ties. (It cur­rent­ly fea­tures over 250 cours­es.) Our col­lec­tions of free audio books, free lan­guage lessons, free e‑booksfree online movies, edu­ca­tion­al video sites, and smart YouTube chan­nels will also be of inter­est. Some of these col­lec­tions also appear on our free iPhone app.

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