Is there any university (based anywhere in the world, operating in any language) that offers a completely online B.A. program in classics (or specifically in Latin or Greek)?
I'm looking for examples of online teaching presentations. [more inside]
Are there any free online self-paced courses that will actually help me find work? I want to hear about all possibilities. I was thinking of brushing up on my coding skillz, but I read varying reports on whether one can get a programming job without a CS degree. Opinions on this are welcome. Extra snowflake stuff inside. [more inside]
What's the cheapest way to take online courses in Statistics and Microeconomics? [more inside]
How can I take a course in animal nutrition in St. Louis? [more inside]
Online Spanish courses? [more inside]
Are there any US accredited, for-credit online courses that don't have a *minimum* time limit? [more inside]
Is there anything like University of Phoenix, except not a "scam" or a "diploma mill"? [more inside]
Which online course should I take next? What are the best free courses you've taken online? [more inside]
Want to take some online architecture courses. Where is a good place? Willing to pay. [more inside]
Can someone recommend an online introductory college-level Astronomy course? [more inside]
I am looking for some good basic classes/courses in or near San Diego, California on interactive/internet marketing (metrics, e-commerce, channels, website usability, SEO, etc.). Can anyone recommend anything that ends before August '09?
Please recommend free online mechanical drafting courses. [more inside]
Can anyone point the way to a reputable online writing course that deals with the mechanics of good writing (not plot, character, narrative, etc)? [more inside]
Two semester introductory physics series from abroad? [more inside]