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Free online courses for adults include the various courses offered on edX and Coursera. These websites partner with educational institutions such as MIT and Harvard and offer courses ranging from computer science to lang... More »

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To take free online courses, first determine the course topic desired and then visit a corresponding web site and search for the appropriate course; follow the online joining instructions once you have found the right co... More »

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Online courses for children are available for free from e-learningforkids.org, C-K12.org and through the University of South Carolina's Robotics program. Open Culture also provides a list of 200 free education resources ... More »

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Some of the top e-learning courses offered online include edX, Coursera, MIT Open Courseware, Open Yale Courses and Carnegie Mellon University's Open Learning Initiative, states Best College Reviews. Best College Reviews... More »

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Free sites like Open Yale, Coursera, and Udemy all allow students to take courses for free just by browsing courses or registering, according to Teach Thought. On the other hand, University for the People is a free onlin... More »

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The most popular online training courses in 2014 were Coursera's "Introduction to Databases" and Instreamia's "University Spanish Level 1," according to Dhawal Shah on edSurge. The top courses were rated based on data fr... More »

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Many universities, among them Ivy League schools like Brown, Yale and Harvard, offer access to course materials through an online education portal site called Coursera, while universities like the University of North Dak... More »

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