Try a MOOC
What are MOOCs?
MOOCs are courses delivered online and accessible to all for free.
MOOC stands for massive open online course:
- Massive because enrollments are unlimited and can run into hundreds of thousands.
- Open because anyone can enroll — that is, there is no admission process.
- Online because they are delivered via the internet.
- Course because their goal is to teach a specific subject.
Who makes MOOCs?
Most MOOCs are made by universities. Some of the first and most active MOOC makers are Stanford, MIT, and Harvard.
Where can I take MOOCs?
Although MOOCs are created by universities, universities rarely distribute MOOCs themselves. Instead, they rely on course providers such as:
Check them out. Take a course!