Ed2go aims their “affordable” online learning courses at adults, and partners with over 2,100 colleges and universities to offer this virtual but instructor-led training in multiple categories — with options for instructors who would like to participate.


EdX is an free online training initiative founded by Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Currently edX offers free courses from Harvard, MIT and UC Berkeley. The founders are currently working to include additional universities while maintaining the high level of quality that has already been established in their current course offerings.

GCF Learn Free is a project of Goodwill Community Foundation and Goodwill Industries, targeting anyone look for modern skills, offering over 1,000 lessons and 125 tutorials available online at anytime, covering technology, computer software, reading, math, work and career and more.

Google Code

Learning the code is one thing. Google Code morphed into the Google Developer Index of resources. It will take your coding education to the next level .Google Code is topic-narrow but a good source of documentation and tutorials for Android app development. Google has courss in Python, C++ and other web technologies that align with Google's infrastructure. They offer free classes for people with a little bit of programming experience who want to take their education to the next level.

Great Courses Plus

The Great Courses Plus is a subscription Video-On-Demand service brought to you by The Great Courses – the leading global media brand for lifelong learning and personal enrichment.
With thousands of in-depth videos taught by the world’s greatest professors, you’ll always have something fascinating to learn about.


If you need to learn how to efficiently use a variety of Web applications for work, Grovo has paid (subscription, with free intros) video tutorials on best practices for hundreds of Web sites.

Hack Design

Hack Design, with the help of several dozen designers around the world, has put together a lesson plan of 50 units (each with one or more articles and/or videos) on design for Web, mobile apps and more by curating multiple valuable sources (blogs, books, games, videos, and tutorials) — all free of charge.


HippoCampus combines free video collections on 13 middle school through college subjects from NROC Project, STEMbite, Khan Academy, NM State Learning Games Lab and more, with free accounts for teachers.