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7 Online Schools to Help Kickstart a Fun-filled Educational Summer

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Female Student In Classroom With Digital TabletYou’re a fresh graduate with a degree in Communications but you want to learn more about Marketing. You might have a degree in Mathematics but you want to learn more about Web Development. You might be a practicing Veterinarian but you want to learn more about Digital and Social Media.

Whether you’re a fresh grad or not, you don’t have to shell out another degree’s worth of tuition and fees. We’ve created a list of websites that offer a mix of free and premium classes on a wide range of topics and programs. From the most basic How To’s such as mastering Microsoft Office tools to Graphic Design 101 to the more-specific Economics of Money and Banking to Introduction to Sustainable Development, you’re sure to find something to suit your learning needs.

Skillshare http://www.skillshare.com/
What makes Skillshare different is their mission to: remind everyone to never lose their sense of curiosity and wonder. Take as many classes as you want, each corresponding to a more creative version of you.

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Coursera https://www.coursera.org/
One of the most popular online schools out there, Coursera’s mission is to: “provide universal access to the world’s best education.” This platform has partnered up with top schools and organizations such as Stanford, Princeton, MoMA, and Yale to provide their students online courses for free. Check out a list of their courses here.

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Udemy https://www.udemy.com/
Touted as the world’s online learning marketplace, Udemy’s mission is: “to help anyone learn anything.” And by anything, they mean everything – from yoga to creative writing to programming to chemistry, office productivity, and more. Check out a list of their courses here.

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edX https://www.edx.org/
Founding partners Harvard and MIT created edX as a non-profit online initiative. This learning platform offers interactive online classes and MOOCs from various colleges and organizations. Check out a list of their courses here.

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Canvas Network
Developed and supported by Instructure, a tech company, Canvas Network is an online learning platform where both teachers and students are offered a place to: “chart their own course for personal growth, professional development, and academic inquiry.” Check out a list of their courses here.

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Future Learn https://www.futurelearn.com/
Accessible on mobile, tablet and desktop, Future Learn offers a wide range of courses both from top universities and leading cultural institutions around the world. Study Business and Management courses, take up Law classes, explore Online and Digital courses, and more. Check out a list of their courses here.

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Skilled Up http://www.skilledup.com/
Helping bridge the gap between actual job skills and education, Skilled Up curates both online and alternative education sources to offer a transformative education for all. Take up courses, read books, enroll in bootcamps, join webinars, and leactures. Check out a list of their courses here.