Ed2go aims their affordable online learning courses at adults, and partners with over 2,100 colleges and universities to offer this virtual but instructor-led training in multiple categories — with options for instructors who would like to participate.
E-learning for kids is a global, nonprofit foundation dedicated to fun and free learning on the internet for children ages 5 - 12. We offer free, best-in-class courseware in math, science, reading and keyboarding; and we're building a community for parents and educators to share innovations and insights in childhood education.
FutureLearn is part of The Open University and is another alternative on this list that offers course programs from leading education institutions and organization partners. Courses are delivered a step at a time and can be learned at your own pace while accessed from a desktop or mobile device.One of the real benefits of FutureLearn is its commitment to social learning, giving its students the opportunity to engage in discussions with others throughout the course. FutureLearn also offers full programs, which contain several courses in them for more extensive learning.
GCFLearnFree.org is a project of Goodwill Community Foundation and Goodwill Industries, targeting anyone look for modern skills, offering over 1,000 lessons and 125 tutorials available online at anytime. They're known pretty well for their Technology and Microsoft Office tutorials, while they also offer tutorials in Math, Work & Career, Reading, and Everyday Life. You can even ask specific questions on the website.
Hack Design, with the help of several dozen designers around the world, has put together a lesson plan of 50 units (each with one or more articles and/or videos) on design for Web, mobile apps and more by curating multiple valuable sources (blogs, books, games, videos, and tutorials) — all free of charge.At Hackdesign, you receive a design lesion in your inbox each week, hand crafted by a design pro. You learn at your own pace and apply it to your real life work
HippoCampus.org is a free, core academic web site that delivers rich multimedia content--videos, animations, and simulations--on general education subjects to middle-school and high-school teachers and college professors, and their students, free of charge. Teachers project HippoCampus content during classroom learning and assign it for computer labs and homework. Students use the site in the evenings for study and exam prep. Users do n0ot need to register or log in to use the site