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- French Courses in France (Europa-Pages.com)
Provides courses available by region of France. 7-03
- Greener Golf Courses? (National Geographic)
"As golf courses and golf resorts proliferate around the world, their growth provokes environmental questions about land use, habitat destruction, stunning water consumption, and runoff pollution from pesticides and fertilizers."
"Is it possible to have greener golf?"
- Online College and Career Courses (WorldwideLearn.com)
Provides courses by degree level. "Our mission is to help you find the online degree or career school program near you, online course, and online education resources you'll need to achieve your personal goals." 07-07
- Online Courses (Edvisors.com)
Provides courses by type of resource. "Edvisors online education directory: for students, parents, teachers or anyone working in the field of education. We provide top rated education resources, including college and university search and rankings, graduate schools, study abroad programs, or online degree programs and Education Grants!" 07-07
- Courses by Harvard, MIT, and Other Top Universities (edX.org)
Provides free courses.
- College Courses in Southern USA (Electroniccampus.org)
Provides listings of courses. 8-05
- Medieval History Links (Labyrinth)
Provides college level syllabus and links to reading materials for courses in Medieval history.
- Distance Education (Australian Correspondence Schools)
Provides correspondence courses.
- Probability and Chance (Dartmouth College)
Provides a directory of lessons, exercises, and resources to teach courses in Probability and Chance. Files are in PDF format. 5-00
- University of Phoenix Online (University of Phoenix)
Provides courses online. Charges fees for classes. 10-01
- -Statistics by Type (Statsoft.com)
"This Electronic Statistics Textbook offers training in the understanding and application of statistics. The material was developed at the StatSoft R&D department based on many years of teaching undergraduate and graduate statistics courses and covers a wide variety of applications, including laboratory research (biomedical, agricultural, etc.), business statistics and forecasting, social science statistics and survey research, data mining, engineering and quality control applications, and many others."
- Mountain Climbing Treks and Schools (AlpineAscents.com)
"Alpine Ascents is committed to developing safe, self-reliant and environmentally-conscious mountaineers and offering courses and expeditions of unsurpassed quality throughout the world. Our business practices stress ethical and culturally aware travel." 12-06
- How Tiger Woods Wins a Major (New York Times)
"Golf's four major tournaments offer competitors a more difficult test than the rest of the stops on tour. But while most players succumb to the tougher courses and heightened nerves, Tiger Woods shows less of a decline, especially in categories like greens in regulation and scrambling."
- Physics Online Superstar (U.S. News)
"He swings around a college lecture hall on a long rope to show how pendulums work. He demonstrates velocity by firing a rifle. Massachusetts Institute of Technology Prof. Walter Lewin has become a global Internet star now that anyone with access to a computer can watch his tough but fun Physics 1, 2, and 3 lectures free of charge. They can even do the homework he assigns his Cambridge techie students (though they won't get the grades or credit). The Netherlands-born Lewin, 71, told U.S.News's Kim Clark that putting his courses online took a lot of work and cost about $100,000—but was worth it." 08-08
- Best Online Education for 2009 (U.S. News)
"Search our directory of schools offering courses, certificates, and degrees via the Internet and other distance-learning media:" 04-09
- -07-08-09 Editorial: Questions to Ask Prof. Alberto Gonzales (CBS News)
"This column is actually an open letter to the students of Texas Tech, who now will have the dubious privilege of taking courses from former Attorney General and White House Counsel Alberto Gonzales. The disgraced former official finally landed a job outside of government—he resigned in 2007 — and now (for one year anyway) will teach political science - 'contemporary issues in the executive branch' - at a school most recently known for hosting basketball coach Bobby Knight."
"Ask him why he gave a heads up to Andy Card, then President Bush’s Chief of Staff, about the investigation that was to come? Is that the way the nation’s top lawyer, sworn to uphold the Constitution, is supposed to act?"
"You should ask him these things because one of the most important lessons you can learn in college is to hold people accountable for their own actions and decisions. You should ask him these things because young people in particular ought to always strive to discover the truth about the world, and the world of law and politics. Trust me, there will be plenty of time later in life to be cynical and skeptical and disbelieving." 07-09
- College Math - University Certificates Upon Completion (Coursera.org)
Includes Algebra, Calculus, Pre-Calculus, and other math topics. Used by up to 33 universities. The courses are free.
- College Statistics and Data Analysis - University Certificates Upon Completion (Coursera.org)
Provides courses in Statistics, Data Analysis, and Scientific Computing. Used by up to 33 universities. The courses are free. 10-12
- College Statistics (UDacity.com)
"This course will cover visualization, probability, regression and other topics that will help you learn the basic methods of understanding data with statistics." The courses are free. 10-12
- Building a Search Engine (UDacity.com)
"At the end of this course you will have a rock solid foundation for programming in Python and built a working web crawler. This course will prepare you to take many of Udacity's more advanced courses." The course is free. 10-12