Wednesday, November 2, 2016
Here are 6 web sites that let you do just that.
1. Library of Congress
Most of our national library’s texts are now available online.
Boundless is shaking up the textbook industry by offering textbooks online, for free.
3. Osher Lifelong Learning Institute
Look around - many universities have a department called the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute - unlimited courses with no homework, no exams, no required college degree, no age threshold.
4. Google World Wonders
This subset of the Google Arts and Culture Project lets you explore the ancient and modern worlds in an incredible online resource powered by Google’s Street View and mapping technology.
5. Internet Sacred Text Archive
It’s the largest archive of free books on religion and spirituality on the Internet. Read up on mythology, religion, folklore, alchemy, parapsychology, and more.
6. University of the People
Billing itself as the world’s first non-profit, tuition-free, accredited, online American university, UoPEOPLE offers degree programs in Business Administration, Computer Science and Health Studies.
Over and out.