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  • Best for:
    K-12, High School students, Higher Education students, Professionals, General Interest
    Subjects:
    Arts and Humanities, Building and Construction, Mathematics, Engineering and Technology, Business, Medicine and Allied Health, Hospitality and Human Services, Public Services, Career Development, Science, Social Sciences, Transportation, Computer Science and Information Technology, Education, Manufacturing and Industry
    Type of learning:
    Academic, Professional, Skill-based, General Interest
    Course type:
    Free self-paced courses
    Languages:
    English
    Certification:
    No
    Learning pathways:
    No
    Mobile Apps:
    No
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    Free-Ed.Net is a source of free online courses and other study resources that cover virtually all trade and academic subjects commonly found in traditional schools and universities. The learning resources are selected from thousands of websites and then compiled into meaningful study programs. The site is organized around a collection of “colleges” covering 16 study areas, which are then broken down into topics or “schools”. Some courses are very short, requiring only an evening or weekend to complete. Others are full one-year study programs. No registration is required.

    Tools & Features
    • 400+ courses/resources
    • Featured Top 10 courses
    • Video/Audio lectures, text articles, tutorials & documentaries, links to free e-books

    Certificates

    Free-Ed.Net provides a Certificate of Affirmation for most study programs.
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Recent Reviews

  1. Carolyn
    2/5,
    "Courses for all!"
    Number of courses:
    4/5,
    Partner Institutions:
    3/5,
    Course format:
    2/5,
    Materials:
    2/5,
    Instruction:
    2/5,
    Assessment:
    2/5,
    Accreditation:
    3/5,
    Social tools & features:
    1/5,
    Interface usability:
    2/5,
    Pros - Large number of free courses & resources
    Wide selection of topic areas
    Resources are pooled into study programs
    Cons - Very variable course formats & quality
    Not all resources are fully accessible for free
    Basic site interface
    Considerable amount of advertising
    FreeEdNet provides a large catalog of courses and resources for all types of learners, although the user experience and quality of some courses aren't always to a very high standard.

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