Education is a continuous process with no definitive beginning or end. With
the massive amount of information available online, knowledge
has never been more accessible.
education comes after we leave school and there is no reason why it should
stop before death."
-- John Dewey, Educational Philosopher
Pondering a return to the classroom or the pursuit of education for its
own sake? It is not difficult to find a program that suits your needs.
America's Learning Exchange
Search for classroom courses, distance learning opportunities, web- and computer-based training, educational programs, conference workshops, and the providers that offer them.
Brings together information on distance learning programs and products around the world. Listed courses include everything from "Warfare in Colonial America" at American Military University to
"From Marcus Apicius to Julia Child: An Introduction to Culinary History" at New School University. When you reach the front page, scroll down to select a subject.
World Lecture Hall
Links to online college syllabi and materials. Browse its offerings to "sit in" on college courses around the globe.
Inclined to learn more about hobbies like
photography, dancing or music?
Try looking up local instructional facilities through a directory like
Shaw Guides or your local phone book. These activities
generally benefit from the individual attention of live instruction.
Want to learn how to tie a knot or serve a volleyball? Visit the resources listed in our How To feature.