Now more than ever, we are living in virtual spaces. Many people work remotely, socialize over devices and go to school online. The latter has many pitfalls and struggles, but it opens up the possibility to learn things never before accessible.
Here are some courses, lectures, and resources for expanding your knowledge base.
MIT on COVID
MIT is offering the course COVID-19, SARS-CoV-2 and the Pandemic this fall, featuring “lectures by leading experts on the fundamentals of coronavirus and host cell biology, immunology, epidemiology, clinical disease and vaccine therapeutic development.
Learn from Nature
Explore the natural world’s solutions through a series of content collections from the Biomimicry Institute. Think about questions from “How Does Nature Protect from Pathogens?” to “How Does Nature Encourage Resilience?” and more.
Learn Java for free from the Open Learning Initiative, in this interactive course for beginners. “Starting with the basics of computing and gradually progressing to fairly sophisticated problem solving such as binary search and insertion sort.”
Expand your vocabulary by learning untranslatable words from other languages on the site Eunoia. They include language origin as well as a clip of each word’s audio, and you can search by keyword.
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