Going back to school doesn’t have to mean packing your pencils and notebooks and heading to campus anymore, and a good thing that is considering the skyrocketing costs of education.
On the other hand, if you’ve been meaning to hit the books again, it’s still going to take some get-up-and-go to get back in the swing of things, so Brandon Smith at Mashable has sent us a digital course catalog of great options available online.
We’ve talked about Codecademy a few times. Its approach to learning is rapidly acquiring new users and co-founder Zach Sims tells us he’s already hired a developer who learned how to code using the platform.
Goodwill Community Foundation International
Goodwill Community Foundation (GCF) offers online classes completely free of charge. It focuses on everything from math and technology to reading and job skills. It’s a great resource for a protracted learning experience or just a quick lesson.
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