Flash Sale: Get 75% Off Udacity’s Online Courses (Extended Through June 8)

A quick FYI: Udacity is running a 75% off flash sale, and it has been extended to June 8. Founded by computer scientist and entrepreneur Sebastian Thrun, Udacity partners with leading tech companies and offers an array of courses (and Nanodegree programs) in data science,  cyber security, machine learning, artificial intelligence, cloud computing, and autonomous systems. To get the 75% off discount, click here and select a course/program. The discount should be applied automatically. But in case you have any problems, you could always use the code SAVE75 at checkout.

Note: Open Culture has a partnership with Udacity. If readers enroll in certain Udacity courses and programs, it helps support Open Culture.

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And if you’re interested in Online Mini-Masters and Master’s Degrees programs from universities, see our collection: Online Degrees & Mini Degrees: Explore Masters, Mini Masters, Bachelors & Mini Bachelors from Top Universities.

 

Flash Sale: Get 75% Off Udacity’s Online Courses

A quick FYI: Udacity is running a 75% off flash sale through May 25  June 8. Founded by computer scientist and entrepreneur Sebastian Thrun, Udacity partners with leading tech companies and offers an array of courses (and Nanodegree programs) in data science,  cyber security, machine learning, artificial intelligence, cloud computing, and autonomous systems. To get the 75% off discount, click here and select a course/program. The discount should be applied automatically. But in case you have any problems, you could always use the code SAVE75 at checkout.

Note: Open Culture has a partnership with Udacity. If readers enroll in certain Udacity courses and programs, it helps support Open Culture.

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For a complete list of online courses, please visit our complete collection, 1,700 Free Online Courses from Top Universities.

For a list of online certificate programs, visit 200 Online Certificate & Microcredential Programs from Leading Universities & Companies, which features programs from our partners Coursera, Udacity, FutureLearn and edX.

And if you’re interested in Online Mini-Masters and Master’s Degrees programs from universities, see our collection: Online Degrees & Mini Degrees: Explore Masters, Mini Masters, Bachelors & Mini Bachelors from Top Universities.

 

Get 30-Day Free Access to a Udacity Nanodegree Program & Start Learning for Free (Until May 23)

FYI: Until May 23, you can have 30-day free access to a Udacity Nanodegree program and start learning for free. Popular Udacity Nanodegree subjects include: Intro to Programming, Become a Product Manager, Become a Data Scientist, Digital Marketing, and Become a Data Analyst. But there are many more subjects to choose from.

The deal is open to residents of the United States and most other countries around the globe, with the exception of India, Brazil, Bahrain, Egypt, Jordan, Kuwait, Morocco, Oman, Qatar and Saudi Arabia. Residents of those countries can get 60% off the entire Udacity site through May 31 by using the SCHOOLOFCYBER60 code at checkout.

Note: Open Culture has a partnership with Udacity. If readers enroll in certain Udacity courses and programs, it helps support Open Culture.

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200 Online Certificate & Microcredential Programs from Leading Universities & Companies.

Online Degrees & Mini Degrees: Explore Masters, Mini Masters, Bachelors & Mini Bachelors from Top Universities.

Amazon Is Giving Away 10 Free Kindle eBooks for World Book Day (Until April 24)

FYI: You can download 10 free international ebooks as part of Amazon’s free giveaway for World Book Day. Writes CNET:

World Book Day is on April 23 and to celebrate the day, alternatively referred to as World Book and Copyright Day or International Day of the Book, Amazon is giving away 10 Kindle ebooks from around the world. You must have an Amazon account to download them and a Kindle, Amazon Fire tablet or the Kindle app on a smartphone, tablet or PC to read them, but there don’t appear to be any restrictions or special memberships (like Prime) required to download them. The 10 ebooks are free through April 24.

Get the free ebooks here. If you could use a Kindle, snag one here.

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Udacity Running a 60% Off Sale on Online Courses Through April 13

A quick heads up: Udacity is running a 60% off sale through April 13 in the US (and April 20 in all other countries). Founded by computer scientist and entrepreneur Sebastian Thrun, Udacity partners with leading tech companies and offers an array of courses (and Nanodegree programs) in data science,  cyber security, machine learning, artificial intelligence, cloud computing, and autonomous systems. To get the 60% off discount, click here, select a course/program, and then use the code CYBER60 during the checkout process.

Note: Open Culture has a partnership with Udacity. If readers enroll in certain Udacity courses and programs, it helps support Open Culture.

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200 Online Certificate & Microcredential Programs from Leading Universities & Companies.

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Udacity Running a Flash Sale (75% Off) Through the End of March 16

A quick heads up: Udacity is running a flash sale (75% off) that ends later today. Founded by computer scientist and entrepreneur Sebastian Thrun, Udacity partners with leading tech companies and offers an array of courses (and certificates) in data science, machine learning, artificial intelligence, cloud computing, and autonomous systems. To get the 75% off discount, click here, select a course, and then use the code SPRING75 during the checkout process.

Note: Open Culture has a partnership with Udacity. If readers enroll in certain Udacity courses and programs, it helps support Open Culture.

Taschen Running a Sale on Art Books: Dali, Basquiat, Klimt, Kubrick, Warhol & More

FYI, from now until Sunday, the art book publisher Taschen is running a winter sale, letting you enjoy up to 75% off of hundreds of titles–some of which we’ve featured here before. That includes:

Enter the sale here. Or explore a separate deal where you can get 3 books for the price of 2, or 10 books for the price of 5.

Note that Taschen is a partner of ours. So if you purchase a book, it helps support Open Culture.

Coursera Offers $100 Off of Coursera Plus (Until January 20), Giving You Unlimited Access to Courses & Certificates

FYI: Between now and January 20, Coursera is offering a $100 discount on its annual subscription plan called “Coursera Plus.” Normally priced at $399, Coursera Plus (now available for $299) gives you access to 90% of Coursera’s courses, Guided Projects, Specializations, and Professional Certificates, all of which are taught by top instructors from leading universities and companies (e.g. Yale, Duke, Google, Facebook, and more). The $299 annual fee–which translates to 81 cents per day–could be a good investment for anyone interested in learning new subjects and skills in 2021, or earning certificates that can be added to your resume. Just as Netflix’s streaming service gives you access to unlimited movies, Coursera Plus gives you access to unlimited courses and certificates. It’s basically an all-you-can-eat deal.

You can try out Coursera Plus for 14 days, and if it doesn’t work for you, you can get your money back. Explore the offer (before January 20, 2021) here.

Note: Open Culture has a partnership with Coursera. If readers enroll in certain Coursera courses and programs, it helps support Open Culture.

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