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The world of MOOCs (short for "massive open online courses") has expanded in recent year. There are an estimated 800 universities offering more than 10,000 online courses. Many are free, and even more are self-paced (and asynchronous), allowing you to take classes at your convenience. It's never been easier to learn something new.​

Find with multiple criteria MOOCs and Free Online Courses from CourseraedXFutureLearn and and Universities in a wide range of categories and subjects. On the front page, you can see the upcoming courses (for the next 30 days) and the last inserted or updated courses.

Khan Academy

The Khan Academy Website is an excellent resource that can be utilized by school and college students as well as adult life-long learners.

MIT OpenCourseWare

Nearly all of MIT's course content is available through their OpenCourseWare site. Browse courses about architecture, writing, philosophy, and more.

Try a free class from an Ivy League school

Milk Street Cooking School

Through April 30th you can try a free online class! Learn new recipes and ways to approach food. brings together free content from across the internet into one place to make it easier for you to access. Try an audiobook, online class, movies, and more!

Hebrew College

Hebrew College is offering free online sessions from now until April 1st. Check out their listings here!

Nackey S. Loeb School of Communications

The Nackey S. Loeb School of Communications, Inc. is a 501 (c) 3 private non-profit school founded in 1999 by Mrs. Loeb, late president and publisher of The Union Leader and New Hampshire Sunday News newspapers of New Hampshire.

The school’s focus is in the communications field with an emphasis on journalism studies. Mrs. Loeb founded the school to “kindle the enthusiasm of future generations of journalists by providing a solid foundation of skills and values.”

The school offers classes, workshops, and the First Amendment Forum. Most classes are free of charge.

Great Courses

The Great Courses Daily offers many free online classes and lectures. Many of the Great Courses are available on Kanopy as well.