LIfehacker U

Lifehacker categorizes the various MOOC courses available for spring.  There are courses in computer science and technology, finance and economics, and even cross-disciplinary studies.  Lifelong learning in the 21st Century, although, as I've said before, I still don't understand their business model.

Plan Your Free Online Education at Lifehacker U: Spring Semester 2013
Your education doesn't have to stop once you leave school—freedom from the classroom just means you have more control over what you learn and when you learn it. We've put together a curriculum of some of the best free online classes available on the web this spring for our fourth term of Lifehacker U, our regularly-updating guide to improving your life with free, online college-level classes. Let's get started. 
Orientation: What Is Lifehacker U? 
There's still a chill in the air, but it's not too soon to pick out your classes for when the weather starts to warm again and the trees start to grow leaves again. Bundle up if you go out, but if you stay in with your computer, there are an incredible amount of free, university-level courses that become available on the web every school year, and anyone with a little time and a passion for self-growth can audit, read, and "enroll" in these courses for their own personal benefit. Schools like Yale University, MIT, Stanford, the University of California at Berkeley, and many more are all offering free online classes that you can audit and participate in from the comfort of your office chair, couch, or computing chair-of-choice.

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