Peer to Peer University is founded on openness, community, and professional learning. Classes can be created and shared, students discuss important ideas, and peer teaching (teachers and students teaching each other and collaboratively).
The Open Education movement shares class content freely, so educators and students can connect across the world. Enjoy exploring creative classes from top minds, everywhere.
On TED.com, we make the best innovative talks and inspirational performances from TED and partners available to the world, for free. More than 1400 TED Talks are now available, with more added each week.
Ever wanted to learn from the top minds in Technology? Through OCW, MIT educators improve courses and curricula, making their schools more effective; students find additional resources to help them succeed; and independent learners enrich their lives and use the content to tackle some of our world’s most difficult challenges.
Social media is the blending of technology and social interaction for the purpose of communication and co-creation with friends near and far. Knowing how to use social media is an essential 21st century skill for leisure and work. Content created by GCF Learn Free.
Content Creation Tools
Are you interested in creating, mixing and sharing images and sound? Use these content creation tools to make something unique.
Creative Commons is a nonprofit organization that enables the sharing & use of creativity and knowledge through free legal tools. Copyright licenses provide a simple, standardized way to give the public permission to share and use your creative work.
Inkscape is an open-source vector graphics editor similar to Adobe Illustrator, Corel Draw, Freehand, or Xara X. What sets Inkscape apart is its use of Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG), an open XML-based W3C standard, as the native format.
Build a Program or Webpage
What makes a website tick? Learn more about the basics of programming on these handy sites.
Code school uses a video/game approach to learning about programming code. At the beginning of each programming lesson, watch a video. Earn points for programming successes, and level up when you learn more.