Self-Taught

There’s an amazing number of free courses on the internet, some offered by the best schools in the country. Some of the websites require that you create an account, but not all. We also list websites that provide books for free, such as the Gutenberg Project.

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Complexly

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Complexly posts educational videos done by a group of people who try to make things easier to understand. Click on the website, then click on Our Shows. This is really fun!

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Crash Course

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The Crash Course folks believe that high quality educational videos should be available to everyone for free. The Crash Course team has produced more than 15 courses to date, and these videos accompany high school and college level classes ranging from the humanities to the sciences.

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Ed-X

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Ed-X provides free college level courses to learn at your own pace. Subjects include computer science, languages, engineering, business, technology, and many more. It is free and online although you do need to create an account to register.

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Khan Academy

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Khan Academy is an online resource to take classes in math, science, arts, economics, and much more. Classes start at the elementary level and go through college, AND it's free. Take a moment to watch this video of Jason Spyres, who used transcripts from Khan Academy classes (mailed to him by his mother) to prepare for college while he was incarcerated. He's now out and studying computer science at Stanford!

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Learning Express

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EBSCO's Learning Express is a great resource when you're trying to improve yourself. For example, you can get free career preparation, free high school equivalency test preparation, free college admission test preparation, and much more. All it requires is a library card, which you can get through any public library in Colorado. Type "Tutorial Video" into the search bar to set up your free account and to learn more about their opportunities. When you're registering for an account, be sure to use your library card number as a user name. If you don't have a library card, ask library staff to help you.

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Libraries

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Many public libraries have free online courses and in-person courses. Look on the website to find your community library and contact information. Also, check out the Libraries section on remerg.com for more info.

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Project Gutenberg

Project Gutenberg is a library of over 60,000 free eBooks. No app is necessary to install to use the library and download a book, and there is no fee. This is a public service provided by people who love books and want to share them with others.

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