As you may know, the internet is a great resource for learning. There are so many different types of courses out there. Some are more specialized in one domain, such as art history, literature, or photography. Others are more general, such as English composition. Many courses are free and some require a fee.
Of course, the internet is also a great resource for promoting your own products and services. Most popular courses are available through the internet, and some courses are just out of reach to the general public, but some can be found online for a small fee. Many online courses offer courses that are free for a month, such as the very popular webinars, but there are also a lot of courses that are free for a certain amount of time.
Many courses have an accompanying video, explaining the course, as well as the time and cost for it to be offered. You can find courses here, here, and here.
Some courses are offered as courses, but in many cases the video is too long to actually read. Others are just too dull to be worth watching. There are a lot of courses worth watching that you can find here.
And here’s a list of courses that you can find here.
This is just an extended “cheat sheet” of courses, but you can find a lot of these in a few clicks.
The courses are offered online, through a portal which is accessible from anywhere in the world. The content is free, so no need to worry about paying for your internet. All it takes is a browser (either Chrome or Firefox) and a computer to access it. And now you can enjoy the free internet that you just paid for.
This is a great resource for all internet users because it gives you a list of courses that anyone can access for free by just entering their email address and clicking on the appropriate link. To get the courses you simply enter your email address in the box that’s provided and then click on the relevant link. For example, to enter your email address in Google chrome visit chrome.google.com/intl/ en. That will bring you to the Google portal where you can click the link.
This is an excellent way to get a broad selection of free courses for any internet user. The only caveat is they’re not available on Chrome, although I highly recommend using one of the paid courses. The majority of free courses in this list are not available on Chrome, but you can always use a browser extension that hides that fact and then just enter the email address in the box to get the course.
Personally I never use Google’s free courses because they generally take 30 to 90 minutes to load and I have a ton of other things on my computer, so I prefer to pay for the courses that load quickly. Also, while it’s a great service, free courses don’t always cover all of the stuff a person needs to know. For example, a course on how to use Google Earth can be useful but it’s not essential.