For those who are not familiar with Coursehero I’ll start off by quickly introducing them. Coursehero is one of the lately booming websites of democratized education, online education or as others including myself like to call them Education 2.0. However there are 2 major differences (there are others as well, which I am not going to get into right now) between Coursehero and other similar websites like Udacity or Coursera. Coursehero first of all does it more or less for money, secondly it’s tutorial-based. This means most of their courses cost some money and most of them are carefully curated educational videos from YouTube and other sources. Still, I have to admit, if it weren’t for Coursehero I’d know much less web design and development theory than I know today thanks to their FREE web design and development course.
Yes, it turns out Coursehero also offers an impressive number of free courses to which they just added another 18! That makes a round 40 courses offered for free. Now, topics vary from programming, to law, mathematics, psychology to Photoshop, scripting and even Linux! I’m particularly happy to finally see a complete and free Photoshop course, and also a Linux course which I am very keen on checking out. You’re welcome to join by clicking on this link.