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How To Get A Free Education

HOW TO GET A FREE EDUCATION ט THE GROWING COST OF AN EDUCATION In the 2011-2012 school year, The average cost for full-time in-state public tuition was roughly $15,000. This Includes $2,000 Tuition Books Fees Housing For those who can't afford a university education, or those who simply want to continue to learn, the cost is just too high. Luckily, there are plenty of ways to continue your education, without paying the price tag. College $15,000 TRY USING OPEN ONLINE COURSES OPEN COURSEWARE - OCWS are teacher-oriented courses, offered for free on many different platforms. MASSIVE OPEN ONLINE COURSES - Similar to 0CWS, MOOCS are student oriented, and are often offered by universities as online versions of their classes. EXAMPLES OF OPEN COURSE PLATFORMS Coursera - Community includes over 7.5 million registered students. Offers over 650 courses. - Partnered with 109 universities and organizations. edX - Includes over 150 courses in a variety of different subjects. - Founded by MIT and Harvard in 2012. - Over 100,000 certificates have been earned by edX students. Khan Academy - Offers over 5,000 instructional videos on a wide range of topics. 10 million unique visitors every month. Bill Gates has said he uses Khan Academy to teach his children math. Both MO0CS and OCWS are collections of high-quality, curated materials iTunesU YouTube EDU Over 1 billion content downloads. - YouTube EDU collects YouTube's educational material and places it in one convenient place. Over 2,500 public courses exist. - 30% of iTunes U traffic is from mobile users. - Contributors include TEDTalks Heavy course contributors include MIT, Oxford, Yale and Stanford. and a number of universities. YOU CAN AUDIT CLASSES! Many Universities allow This allows students to student's to register to attend classes and audit a course. do the work without receiving a grade. Auditing students may be limited. These courses are often done for per- sonal enrichment. Most universities do not charge However, they do require enrollment to the university. to audit a course. Dear Applicant ACCEPTED --- While degrees can take you places, they are not for everyone. There are plenty of ways to continue your education without breaking the bank. SOURCES - PRESENTED BY - - why-so-many-drop-out - DEVELOPED BY N NOWSOURCING - - - - - O000 0–0–0 %24 %24

How To Get A Free Education

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