Almost overnight you likely transitioned to online courses. Now three weeks in you’ve likely gotten the hang of it. Did you know that there are hundreds of free online courses that you can take from top university’s. Here is a short list of free online classes you should take now.
Stanford University’s Intro to Machine Learning offered by Coursera
Learn the theoretical and practical application of ML in this free course.
Yale’s The Science of Well Being. Want to increase your happiness and productive habits. Regardless of your major this is a class anyone can benefit from Offered by Coursera
John Hopkin’s Ruby on Rails. Chances are you have heard of C++ and Java but in this course you’ll learn “web applications with the Ruby on Rails web application framework, which is geared towards rapid prototyping.” Offered by Coursera
University of Michigan’s Python for Everyone. Learn the basics of Python in this course offered by Coursera
MIT’s “Principles of Synthetic Biology” Learn how to engineer biological systems and program organisms to perform novel tasks. Offered by edX
Cornell University’s A Hands-on Introduction to Engineering Simulations-
Learn how to analyze real-world engineering problems using ANSYS simulation software and gain important professional skills sought by employers. Offered by edX
Aside from EX and Coursera there are a number of other just for fun classes that might be of interest. For example, have you always wanted to study photography? Now’s your chance. During the month of April Nikon is offering free online photography classes during the entire month of April.
This just a small sample of the free online courses that await you.
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