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Overview
  • Web schools are increasingly open, free, varied, and effective. This is a list of online schools and MOOCs that are not "fenced" up virtually and open to all of us. It's now up to us to find courses suitable to us, organize them, and spend time studying the materials.

  • This Web list collects web sites that provide open and free learning resources. Preferably, these sites should allow users to view courses without signing in. 

  Dishes  - Web Schools
  • Dish 1 : Canvas Network | Free online courses | MOOCs

  • Canvas Network offers open, online courses taught by educators everywhere. It provides a place and platform where teachers, students, and institutions worldwide can connect and chart their own course for personal growth, professional development, and academic inquiry. Canvas Network is developed and supported by Instructure, a technology company that partners with educators, institutions, and technologists to break down barriers to learning.

  • The Canvas Network offers free online courses and classes from the world's leading universities. Find a MOOC and enroll now to get started on your new journey!
  • Dish 2 : Khan Academy

  • Khan Academy's rich repertoire of free courses emphasize videos, practices, feedback, and community questions. These create a highly interactive, personalized, and self-paced learning environment.  See an exploration of Khan Academy here: http://readish.com/course/714/t:Exploring-free-courses-at-Khan-Academy

  • With a library of over 4,500 videos covering everything from arithmetic to physics, finance, and history and hundreds of skills to practice, we're on a mission to help you learn what you want, when you want, at your own pace.

  • Dish 4 : MIT OpenCourseWare | Free Online Course Materials

  • MIT OpenCourseWare contains a treasure trove for college and high school students. The high school section focuses on subjects and exam preparation for math, biology, chemistry, physics, engineering, programming, humanities and social studies. MIT has also spawned several supporting web sites that can work alongside the OCW.

  • MIT OpenCourseWare is a web-based publication of virtually all MIT course content. OCW is open and available to the world and is a permanent MIT activity. “The idea is simple: to publish all of our course materials online and make them widely available to everyone.”

  • Dish 5 : Coursera

  • We are a social entrepreneurship company that partners with the top universities in the world to offer courses online for anyone to take, for free. We envision a future where the top universities are educating not only thousands of students, but millions. Our technology enables the best professors to teach tens or hundreds of thousands of students.
  • Dish 10 : OpenLearning Gobal

  • Open Learning Global was founded on the belief that students learn best when they are self-motivated, engaged and interested in learning. The Company develops the OpenLearning Platform to foster communities around courses with the aim of making online learning more effective than face-to-face classes.

  • Dish 21 : Interactive Learning Sites for Education

  • Simple and clear structure; rich with links to learning sites and games. "All of the best K-5 online, interactive, educational games and simulations in one place!  These activities work great with your SMARTboard or interactive whiteboard for whole group or small group instruction or use in the computer lab or at home for individual learning."

  • Interactive learning Sites for the Classroom
  Chops  - Lists & Guides to Web Schools
  • Chop 7 : For Geeks, By Geeks

  • We are an online tech magazine, dedicated to providing interesting articles, how-tos, and even fun trivia to our audience of geeky — and not-so-geeky readers. We’ve tried really hard to make sure that our content is understandable for regular people, but geeky enough that the more technical readers would find it interesting as well.

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