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One of our goals is to help improve the lives of individuals through helping those searching for work and/or improve their working skills when seeking and securing the career of their choice. We choose to share information concerning the film, movie and production industry. The Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that people working in film and production related careers make about $50,000 a year on average. We would like to share information for free lessons in this industry.
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You may or may not be familiar with Massive Open Online Courses, hereinafter referred to as, “MOOC.” MOOC has opened doors to hundreds of thousands of motivated students of all ages around the world, intending to offer and embrace free sophisticated skills through online education from elite and other universities. The free education may possibly result in high paying jobs, without paying tuition or collecting a college degree. One of the goals of MOOC is to expand access to educational materials for all who wish to learn. These online, free courses have allowed students to obtain a level of education that many only could dream about in the past. Access to free online courses on the Internet is not something new. Although, the quality and quantity of courses now offered has changed. MOOC offers various subjects to study and learn, not limited to the film, movie or production industries. These MOOC classes could ultimately be helping kids for future training and employment.
The following includes ten creditable sites concerning information about MOOC education:
- Yale Free Courses – At Open Yale, the school offers free and open access to a selection of introductory courses taught by distinguished teachers and scholars at Yale University.
- UCLA Free Courses – Check out free courses such as their writing program that offers over 220 online writing courses each year.
- Carnegie Mellon Free Courses – Carnegie Mellon boosts No instructors, no credits, no charge.
- UC Berkeley Free Courses – From General Biology to Human Emotion, Berkeley offers a variety of courses; Check out – Berkeley Webcasts and Berkeley RSS Feeds.
- Stanford Free Courses – From Quantum Mechanics to The Future of the Internet, Stanford offers a variety of free courses. Check out Stanford’s Engineering Everywhere link.
- Harvard Free Courses – From Computer Science to Shakespeare, students may now get a free Harvard education. Take a class for professional development, enrichment, and degree credit. Courses run in the fall, spring, or intensive January session. No application is required.
- Udemy Free Courses – Udemy is an example of a site allows anyone to build or take online courses
- Duke Free Courses – Duke offers a variety of courses on ITunesU.
- ITunesU Free Courses – Apple’s free app gives students access to all the materials for courses in a single place. Right in the app, they can play video or audio lectures. Read books and view presentations.
- MIT Free Courses – Check out MIT’s RSS MOOC feed – MIT’s Open Course
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