580+ Free Online Classes You Can Do at Home

Free Online Courses

While many of us may be stuck in our homes for the time being, there’s no reason we can’t spend that time wisely learning something new. Once you’ve run out of tv shows and movies to watch, or you just want to feel a little more productive with your day, it’s time to add a new skill to your arsenal. Thankfully, we have access to hundreds of free Massive Open Online Courses, or MOOCs.

These free online courses offer us access to a wide range of content created by professionals. Most of which of us may not have had the opportunity to try before MOOCs.

So, today we’re going to take advantage of all that free knowledge out there and learn something new!

450 Free Ivy League Courses

Ivy League schools can be extremely hard to get into but luckily they also offer free online courses that anyone can take. Course categories include; computer science, programming, humanities, business, art & design, science, personal development, and many more.

You can find the collection of these classes at Class Central or check out the article ‘Here are 450 Ivy League courses you can take online right now for free’ by the founder of Class Central who assembled all the categories into an easier view.

Online University Art Courses

10 Free University Art Classes

Has being home all day got you craving some hands-on creative activities? This Artsy article by Abigail Cain has compiled 10 University Art Classes you can take online for free. Explore topics like the avant-garde, Egypt archaeology, digital photography, comic books, and more.

Google Online Classes Digital Garage

126 Free Online Courses by Google

Google’s Digital Garage is home to lots of great online classes about data and tech, digital marketing, and career development. Ranging in length form 1-40 hours, you can tackle multiple courses in a day or spend a few days on one.

Learn How to Code

If you’re loving your time social distancing, learning how to code could be the way to turn it into a whole career. If you already work in the digital space, learning how to code can be a great resume booster. Whether you want to brush up on some JavaScript or expand your web dev skills, learning to code can be a great way to spend your free time. 

Learn to Code for Free

Free Code Camp

Free Code Camp wants everyone to learn to code. They’ve created thousands of videos, articles, and interactive coding lessons - which are all freely available to the public.

You can even earn certifications in Responsive Web Design, JavaScript Algorithms and Data Structures, Front End Libraries, Data Visualization, APIs and Microservices, Information Security and Quality Assurance.

Watch and Code

Watch and Code is a complete system for people that want to become great programmers. It’s proud of its “unapologetically boring curriculum” which focuses on the timeless aspects of programming that never change.

Free Audio Books

Listen to Audiobooks on Audible for Free

580+ Free Online Classes You Can Do at Home

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Not all knowledge has to come in the form of courses. Audible has made hundreds of audio books free, for as long as schools are closed, during the coronavirus pandemic. No logins, passwords, or credit cards needed. Catch up on some classic literature while you’re working around the house or just sit back, relax, and listen to some great novels.

You can visit stories.audible.com on any of your devices to start listening to a mix of available titles.

Harlen Malkowich
Mar 23, 2020
By Harlen Malkowich

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