Free Online Courses (No Credit)
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Quote:Thursday, August 27, 2009
Online Learning... for free - Monday Morning

They don’t offer degrees but then they don’t charge tuition either. Colleges and universities across the United States are offering free courses online on virtually every subject imaginable, including videotaped lectures by some of their most distinguished professors. Video-sharing site YouTube recently created a hub called YouTube EDU at http://youtube.com/edu for the more than 100 US colleges and universities offering free online learning. Among the institutions of higher education posting videos to YouTube include MIT, the University of California at Berkeley, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, Duke, Harvard, Princeton, Stanford and Yale. The courses offered on YouTube EDU are free and not for credit, but the number of schools offering online classes which count towards a degree is booming.

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