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Top 10 Tools for a Free Online Education

Open Culture is a treasure trove for any learner. Currently, the site lists 1,150 free online courses, 725 free movies, 700 free audio books, 800 free ebooks, 200 free textbooks, 300 free language lessons, and 150 free business courses. They’ve grown a lot—and continue to keep growing—since we mentioned them a few years ago. Resources are well classified. This is a great one-stop source for free, enriching media.

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Class Central

Class Central | Interneta rīki izglītībai | Scoop.it
Class Central is a free online course aka MOOC aggregator from top universites like Stanford, MIT, Harvard, etc. offered via Coursera, Udacity, edX, & others
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Laba vieta, kur izvēlēties bezmaksas kursus

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MOOCs: Expectations and Reality

Fiona M. Hollands, Ph.D.
Devayani Tirthali, Ed.D.
Center for Benefit-Cost Studies of Education
Teachers College, Columbia University


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Dennis T OConnor's curator insight, October 5, 2014 4:51 PM

A very full report.  Both Opponents and Proponents of MOOCs could cherry pick findings in this extensive (200+ page) report to support their points of view. 

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Over 800 Free MOOCs to Help you Grow Professionally This Summer ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Over 800 Free MOOCs to Help you Grow Professionally This Summer ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Interneta rīki izglītībai | Scoop.it
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5 MOOCs Teachers Should Take As Students - Edudemic

5 MOOCs Teachers Should Take As Students - Edudemic | Interneta rīki izglītībai | Scoop.it
MOOCs may or may not save higher education, and if they save it they may further widen the gap between elite and lesser-known schools.
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