Online Learning

Michigan eLibrary (MeL) eResources
The Michigan eLibrary makes numerous online learning modules freely available to Michigan residents along with many other databases covering a wide range of topics.  

Khan Academy
Khan Academy is a non-profit that provides free online courses for learners K-12 and everyone else.  Create an account to save your work or view the courses without logging in. Take classes in topics such as math, grammar, science, computing and history.  Also find test prep materials for the SAT®, AP®, MCAT® and more.

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) makes its courses and materials available online for free.  Class materials include lecture videos, notes and assignments.  Engineering, fine arts, business, mathematics, health and medicine, humanities, and society are some of the topics covered.

Johns Hopkins University Online Studies
Choose from more than 60 online classes offered through Coursera, a leading provider of massive open online courses, or MOOCs. Courses are free and open to anyone who is interested—you don’t have to be enrolled at Johns Hopkins. Topics include bioinformatics, data analysis, the science of patient safety, and caring for people with Alzheimer’s disease.

Mostly free online classes on over two dozen subjects from an extensive list of leading universities and corporations.  Some courses offer an optional certificate for a fee and some paid courses are part of Masters programs.

A wide variety of free and pay courses offered by top tier universities.  A "Free" tag displays next to the course name in search results.  Includes subjects such as business, law, computer science, data science and language learning,
Stanford Online
Stanford Online is the portal to a mix of Stanford University's free and pay courses.  

Pay, low-cost and no cost courses in multiple categories.  Offers technology courses given by instructors who are leaders in their fields as well as faculty.  Find free courses by searching by topic and then check "free" under "All filters".

Peer to Peer University's wide range of free courses let you learn in collaboration with others.  Subjects include programming, business, music theory and more.