Free Online Courses

Discussion in 'General Distance Learning Discussions' started by TCord1964, Oct 8, 2005.

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  1. geoffs

    geoffs Member

    Good idea to bump it up, but this should be a sticky so its at the top always!
     
  2. Hille

    Hille Active Member

    Humane Society online

    www.hsuonline.org Humane Society University One or two free classes Click on guest Hille
     
  3. TCord1964

    TCord1964 New Member

    Adding to the list and bumping to the top. Perhaps this could finally be made a sticky?

    Librarian Chick - Free Online Learning Resources

    College-Cram.com - Social Studying Network with notes

    Schoolr.com - neat online study resource
     
  4. Bruce

    Bruce Moderator

    Never let it be said I don't give the people what they want. :D
     
  5. collegeblogger

    collegeblogger New Member

    Yale University

    This fall, Yale University also started offering free taped video lectures online. At this point, they only have 7 classes available, but they are planning on adding more: Open Yale University courses
     
  6. collegeblogger

    collegeblogger New Member

    Also, I know a few people posted some of these member universities, but the Open Courseware Consortium is a clearinghouse for dozens of free courses from the University of Notre Dame, Johns Hopkins, UMass, Tufts, and quite a few overseas schools.
     
  7. TCord1964

    TCord1964 New Member

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    BMWGuinness New Member

  9. cklapka

    cklapka Member

    If one has iTunes software, many schools are posting audio lectures and some video lectures for free. Open iTunes and go to iTunes U.
     
  10. soupbone

    soupbone Active Member

    Are all of these free courses non-credit? Not that it matters but it would be interesting if a few were actually worth credit. The MIT courses look very interesting. If you could take a few of those and get a certificate for them you could essentially use them towards some of the degrees that accept 40 hour training courses for elective credits. Something to think about.
     
  11. TCord1964

    TCord1964 New Member

    With the exception of the FEMA courses, they are non-credit. That is why they are free. Of course, one could take the courses, and use that knowledge to test for credit, such as CLEP, DANTES, GRE and PLA, for example.
     
  12. FLA Expatriate

    FLA Expatriate New Member

    The Michigan Center for Public Health and University of Michigan School of Public Health offer numerous free online short courses. Certificates of completion are available, according to this FAQ.
     
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  13. FLA Expatriate

    FLA Expatriate New Member

  14. FLA Expatriate

    FLA Expatriate New Member

    Please note that the FAQ link for University of Michigan is incorrect. It should be at this URL.
     
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    macattack New Member

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  18. Dinman

    Dinman New Member

    Very Interesting

    This some good information, great find.
     
  19. TCord1964

    TCord1964 New Member

    ITunes University

    Course lectures from many major colleges and universities, available as free downloads:
     
  20. makana793

    makana793 New Member

    Hi folks. If someone hasn't posted this information already I apologize but the Center for Homeland Defense and Security has a few online courses in homeland security related topics for free. However, there's a catch. You have to be working in the industry or a related field, which by the way can be just about anything from law enforcement, IT security, or private security. http://chds.us/
     
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