AARP has a series of free One Day University events with live video lectures. The next lecture is today, Wednesday, September 23, 2020.
Here are the best education opportunities for seniors.
September continues to see the reopening of major art museums in the U.S. Here’s an update on those reopenings, along with additional online resources for art lovers.
Online education company Udemy has thousands of courses for about $12 in a sale good through Saturday, September 26, 2020.
Amazon has their Kids+ service, with thousands of books and games for kids, on special now through October 12, 2020. Get a three-month subscription for 99 cents.
The Washington Post is offering digital subscriptions for $29 a year.
Get the New York Times for $1 a week; add the crossword for $19.97 in a limited time special
Rosetta Stone has specials including a free trial and discounts of $100.
Orvis is helping parents and grandparents keep kids busy this summer with a free, online program of fun, outdoor-themed activities
If you have a budding scientist in your family you should check out the wireless microscope on sale at Amazon.
If you’re looking to stay productive during the Coronavirus pandemic, you may want to try some of the free video lectures from The Great Courses Plus. Or subscribe for as little as $10 a month.
Microsoft is providing free job training with dozens of free classes for critical tech careers. You can browse the videos or sign up for a course here.
If you’re looking to educate yourself at home during the Coronavirus crisis, check out MIT’s OpenCourseWare program. There is no registration, fees, tests, or homework.
Audible is offering select audio books for children and teens – like Winnie the Pooh and Harrry Potter – for free, with no registration and no app to install.
You can find dozens of free online photography classes to improve your skills during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Did you ever dream about taking courses at a highly esteemed, well-known university like MIT, Harvard and Yale? Now you can, thanks to the MOOC movement.
Here’s how you can attend college in person for free or for a minimal fee.