• Khan Academy — Education non-profit that develops practice exercises, instructional videos, and a personalized learning dashboard that empower learners to study at their own pace in and outside of the classroom.

  • Coursera — Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) offering many, many free courses.

  • EdX — MOOC that offers 200+ online classes from almost 50 partner universities.

  • Khan Academy LiteKhan Academy videos packaged for offline viewing and sharing.

  • Lynda — Professional online courses, classes, training, tutorials.

  • Memrise — Uses game-based and visual content to help users boost skills in vocabulary, languages, history, and science. Includes 300,000+ courses.

  • MIT OpenCourseware — The ability to audit 2,200+ courses from MIT.

  • NovoEd — Social learning and professional development.

  • Skillshare — Online classes both paid and free.

  • Tuts+ — Free how-to tutorials and online courses.

  • Udacity — Free online courses.

  • Udemy — Many online course topics.

  • Cell-Ed — Online learning courses optimized for mobile formats (even feature phones).

  • Good-Tutorials — Offers technology-focused tutorials curated from third-party sites on CSS, HTML, photography, Photoshop, and more.

  • — Learn from expertly curated web, print and video content.

  • PSDTUTS — Free tutorials in design and illustration, 3D, motion graphics, photography, and audio.

  • TechChange — Washington, DC-based education tech startup that provides online professional development in technology and social change.

  • MicroMasters — Course in 'Data, Economics, and Development Policy' from MIT's Banerjee and Duflo.

  • Open Educational Geography Resources — Wide range of free online geography and GIS courses, including 'Problem-Solving with GIS', 'Cartography and Visualization', 'Open Web Mapping', and 'Location Intelligence for Business'.

Last Updated: 8/5/2018, 8:19:06 PM