Here are some ideas on making this an inexpensive activity:- NPR (I do to donate to their pledge drives )- Download online courses to my IPOD from Apple University- MIT has put some free courses online- Google books search- The Osher Institutes which are affliated with local colleges and universities, offer low-cost non-credit courses for people over 50. Below link is an example--courses cost $15http://lifelonglearning.asu.edu/Anyone else have ideas?iTunesU is great!! Most major colleges have free online courses. Oxford, Cambridge, and Stanford are a few that have online courses for free. Carnegie Mellon also has free online course. They have one of the top rated online robotics courses in the world. Annenberg Media has a free sites that has online courses in everything from languages to American Literature to Migratory Effects:http://www.learner.org/ The BBC has free language courses online:http://www.bbc.co.uk/languages/The Extension service runs the Master Gardener Program:http://www.ahs.org/master_gardeners/I highly recommend this man's projects:http://johnnylee.net/projects/wii/Many associations will offer free education in exchange for work. If you want a volunteer assignment that will teach you a boatload, and you'll have fun doing, try this:http://webdev.usfirst.org/Default.aspxI'll post more links later,Kathleen
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