Our readers are a curious bunch, and I never cease to be amazed at the knowledge they possess. Still, I suspect most of you are life-long learners. Although you may already be aware of it, you now have the opportunity to take college level courses on a vast array of subjects. There is no course credit, but you also don't have to pay for the courses.
The program is Open Courseware, and it is brought to you by MIT, Yale, Harvard, Stanford, and the University of Michigan and many other nationally recognized universities. For those of you wanting to brush up on your computer science, there are more than 50 courses, including courses on how to build mobile phone apps for both Android and iOS. There are courses on information technology, web design, accounting, statistics, math, writing, and numerous other areas.
We normally don't plug the services of others, but given the open nature of Open Courseware, this one seems to fall in our sandbox. Worth checking out.