2,400 MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) Getting Started in February: Enroll Today

FYI. 2,400 MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) are getting underway in February, giving you the chance to take free courses from top flight universities. With the help of Class Central, we’ve pulled together a complete list of February MOOCS. And below we’ve highlighted several courses that caught our eye. The trailer above comes from MoMA’s course, Seeing Through Photographs. 

Here’s one tip to keep in mind: If you want to take a course for free, select the “Full Course, No Certificate” or “Audit” option when you enroll. If you would like an official certificate documenting that you have successfully completed the course, you will need to pay a fee.

You can browse through the complete list of February MOOCs here.

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  • Mohamed yousuf Issa says:

    I interest to participate the course
    Thank you very mach.

  • Musawer says:

    Interested to participate in the event

  • Vanseh Bassey says:

    I’m interested in taking the course: Modern Masterpiece of world literature(Havard).
    Please can I get more details of what is required of me to pay?
    If not free?

  • Chandrakant Koticha says:

    I am interested in photography for intervenrions fot the Institute working not for profit and trying to reach unreached needy weaker section people of the society.
    How can you help me to take quality photography and video graphy and presentions to those High net worth individuals who can support to not for profit organization working. Z Kapasi

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