The objective of this learning packet is to identify FREE online education resources for the student, teacher, parent or professional that may be short on time and money.
Introduction to the following resources:
Are you looking for a FREE resource to enhance your Advanced Calculus or Art History lesson?
Khan Academy has a vast library of over 2,600 videos, practice exercises and unit assessments covering hundreds of topics. This not-for-profit organization's goal is to "change education for the better by providing a free world-class education to anyone anywhere. For more information about Khan Academy, check out the learning packet Khan Academy: An Intro for Educators."
Would you like to attend a prestigous university like MIT? Did you know that one academic year of tuition, room/board and materials costs $53,210?
Most students cannot afford MIT as an option for higher education, but for the past 10 years this institution has been offering the same quality education that tuition-paying students receive for FREE! Through Open CourseWare, self-learners, educators, college and high students are able to benefit from free lecture notes, exams and videos. For more details about MIT OpenCourse Ware check out Opening Doors with OpenCourse Ware and Highlights for High School.
Can you imagine a tuition-FREE college experience? At this institution, there is no need for scholarships, grants or student loans.
University of the People (UoPeople) is the world’s first FREE online academic institution dedicated to the "global advancement and democratization" of higher education. The advantage to this revolutionary model is through the use of technology, which is closing the digital gap and making education available to the world. For an in depth look at University of the People, check out the learning packet FREE-ing Up Higher Education.
Sophia's online courses not only save you money, but credits are also eligible for transfer to over 2,000 colleges and universities.*