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300+ Free Online Courses from Well-Respected Universities

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300+ Free Online Courses from Well-Respected Universities

If you’re shopping around for something to learn, check out this list of more than 300 free online courses from well-respected universities at Open Culture: The best free cultural & educational media on the web.

The free online courses are listed by subject matter and are available to anyone who has a computer and Internet access.

Assortment of Free Online Courses

lawbooks free online coursesThe variety is impressive, so the list is sure to contain something for just about everyone. Among the free online courses you’ll be able to learn about architecture, art history, economics, geography, law, sociology, computer science and much much more.

According to the website, “This page has been referenced in The Chronicle of Higher Education, The New York Times, the AARP Bulletin, US News and World Report, and beyond.”

See also “2010 Best Educational Software Awards

Whether you’re looking for free online courses for yourself, your teen, or your homeschooled child, we hope this service of Parent at the Helm helps your family pursue learning on your own terms.

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3 Responses to “300+ Free Online Courses from Well-Respected Universities”

  1. jeri says:

    I love taking free college classes online! Finding this resource was like a dream for me. I have taken French from M.I.T. and literature courses from Univeristy of Utah. Our older boys (ages 11 & 12) have also taken a couple of courses!

  2. Hi, Jeri,

    How wonderful that you found it helpful – I'm so glad!

    Thank you very much for taking the time to let me know, and for visiting Parent at the Helm – hope to "see" you here often! [g]

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