Khan Academy, the Goodwill Community Foundation and Coursera offer free educational courses online. These three sites offer a variety of courses and subjects for anyone to join and use.
Khan Academy allows users to personalize a learning dashboard, so they can choose what to study and learn on the site. The company is connected with MIT, NASA and other organizations to get specialized, high-quality content for users to study. There are no ads or subscriptions, and the site relies on donations to remain free. Math, science, health, history and art are some subjects available, and all have dedicated specialists to help learners.
The Goodwill Community Foundation offers math, reading, technology, Microsoft Office and other course options for users to get a rounded education. Everyday life, work and career courses are also available to help with specialized subjects. The company has mobile apps for on-the-go learning, so members can continue to expand their minds even when traveling.
Coursera has over 110 partners that offer nearly 1000 courses, including lessons from respected universities such as Johns Hopkins, Duke and the University of California, San Diego. Users can search courses, focus on one specialization or skill, or search by institution to find the lessons that best match their needs and desires.