This morning, I received an email from a colleague regarding free online education from Stanford University and Berkeley University of California. The email consist of a link going to a website where you need to sign up just by entering your name and email address.
Because of curiousness, I decided to enter my name and email to those textboxes. Then after that, I just found out that they offer more free courses. Below are the list of the courses and sites:
>> Lean Launchpad
>> Technology Entrepreneurship
>> Making Green Buildings
>> Information Theory
>> Model Thinking
>> CS 101
>> Machine Learning
>> Software as a Service
>> Human-Computer Interaction
>> Natural Language Processing
>> Game Theory
>> Probabilistic Graphical Models
>> Design and Analysis of Algorithms I
>> Computer Security
The class format is not actually real-time lecture. They will upload recorded video tutorial so everyone can watch on their own leisure. And they are working for free lectures. So, everything is free.
I guess, there’s no risk of signing up. I signed up on Technology Entrepreneurship, CS101, Software as a Service, Human-Computer Interaction, Cryptography, Design and Analysis of Algorithms I, and Computer Security. Some of the classes will start this January and some will start on February. So what are you waiting for? It’s a great opportunity of learning.
*Note: I am not an affiliate of Stanford University nor Berkeley University of California.