Wednesday, January 06, 2016

Online Learning - Open Source Society (Computer Science)

Almost a year ago (1/31/2015 to be exact), I posted an article about online learning.  I reviewed a number of online places to take courses and learn a new skill and provided the list. 

In my research around the internet I stumbled across another resource which I have found very valuable.  I am referring to the Open Source Society page on Github.  The OSS has the tag line "Path to a free self-taught education in Computer Science".  This is great for someone similar to myself, who his completely self-taught, or is looking for an inexpensive way to get into the field, starting with Computer Science. 

The courses listed are sourced from several of the places that I reviewed in my previous article (MIT, Stanford, Coursera, Udacity, Edx, etc) and are all Free for the taking/learning.  The nice thing is, you don't have to go searching through and navigating each of the individual sites, the links are all gathered for you there on the OSS page. 

Hopefully this comes in as handy for everyone as it has for me.

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