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  CourseBuffet is an organized online college course catalogue from over 250 Universities. Find high quality courses on business, engineering, economics, computer science, statistics and social science. So, try CourseBuffet today
  About.com Wireless/Networking
Quality eBooks covering computer networking topics including titles such as TCP/IP Tutorial, Data Communication, and Internetworking Technologies.
  Academic Earth
Rich educational content on a wide range of subjects by leading scholars.
  Algorithms and Data Structure
Guides on algorithms, data structures and programming principles. Includes practice exercises, forums and recommendation for books.
Alison is an online education site that offers courses in a wide variety of areas that include digital literacy, IT skills, personal development and financial literacy. In order to use it, create an account by following this link.
  The Art and Science of Leadership
AnalyzeMath is a site dedicated to provide free math tutorials and problems for students to practice. Maths topics covered range from algebra to applied math.
Free high quality eBooks including classics of literature, fiction, non-fiction, and reference including the Harvard Classics, essays, scientific papers, dictionaries, quotations, Strunk’s Elements of Style and many more.
  Baycon Group
Tutorials on computer-related topics ranging from Microsoft's application software and operating systems, SQL, RealPlayer, Paint Shop Pro and Flash 8.
  BBC History trial
Provides a good understanding of the history of Britain with articles, games, activities and quizzes that help make sense of the past and the sources that made history. Follow the trails at http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/trail/
  Better Explained
Discover a big-picture way to help in the learning of mathematical concepts, such as statistics and calculus here. You can see the concepts come to life, making learning an enjoyable experience.
Thousands of free e-books and articles on literature, poetry, short stories and plays with study guides and additional research resources.
  Big Dog & Little Dog's Performance Juxtapose
Provides tips and highlights essential elements that will help you prepare a good presentation.
Provides a rich update of the historical landscape of Britain including biographies, monarchs, historical maps, timelines, legends and more.
  Building Gaming Computer Guide
Updates that will help you build your own gaming computer. The articles and information will help you understand the hardware and software components needed to build a gaming computer.
Offers tips, exercises and articles regarding leadership development. Test your general knowledge at Quizballs http://quizballs.com/ which provides access to three new quizzes each week.
Provides access to resources in the fields of mathematics, science, language and business
  Car Body Design Tutorials
Access free video tutorials and master the art of sketching and drawing. Includes tips and techniques to make sketching more realistic. Access to 2D/3D tutorials, videos, publications on car body designs.
  The Career Toolbox: The Guide for Educators
This guide covers the skills and tools educators need to excel - from certifications to new technologies.
  Carnegie Mellon Open Learning Initiative (OLI)
Access Carnegie Mellon’s free courses on a wide range of topics including Engineering, Chemistry and Biology.
  Centre for Livable Cities (CLC)
A policy oriented thought centre on urban governance and management. It was jointly established by Singapore’s Ministry of National Development and the Ministry of the Environment and Water Resources. The Centre focuses on “high-density-and-livability” urban solutions. It has developed a Framework based on Singapore’s development model and approaches to sustainable development. The CLC Lecture Series is a good platform to hear insights of leaders and experts to solutions on urban problems.
  Centre for Sustainable Asian Cities (CSAC)
CSAC was set up by National University of Singapore’s School of Design and Environment (SDE) and harnesses the expertise of three departments in SDE, namely the Departments of Architecture, Building and Real Estate. The Centre provides urban solutions in the area of sustainability to cities in Asia and other developing countries.
  Class Central
This site enables you to browse MOOCs (Massive Open Online Course) from all MOOC providers, such as universities and companies. Subjects covered include computer science, engineering, mathematics, programming, science and social science.
  Classics Archive (MIT)
441 works of classical literature, mainly Greco-Roman works, by 59 different authors including user-driven commentary and "reader's choice" Web sites. Also features English translation of selected Persian and Chinese works.
Tutorials and reviews on various aspects of web building and developing covering php, asp.net, asp and jsp.
In this site, you get to practice and improve coding skills through solving various coding problems. There are different game modes to suit individuals and you can code in whatever language comfortable.
  The Council for Quality and Leadership
Highlights issues and answers to the challenges of providing consistent, quality person-centered services.
This site has over 100 free online courses (MOOCs) by different universities. Topics covered include business, engineering, economics, computer science, statistics and social science. Sign up at the site itself to begin using.
  Creative Cities International (CCI)
CCI is an organization that believes a successful city is a city that will not neglect its culture and people in the pursuit of economic success. It produces the Vitality Index to measure the qualitative or “vitality factors” with the same kind of importance that is applied to quantitative factors. Explore the Events and Thoughts sections of the website for more information about their Projects, Forums, and Presentations.
  Design and Technology Site
Access a wide range of information sheets and exercises that will help you enhance the understanding of design and technology. Topics include design process, graphics, structures, PCB, PIC Controllers, CNC work and more.
Rich informative resource on American History. Includes a U.S. history textbook, over 400 annotated documents from the Gilder Lehrman Collection, supplemented by primary sources on slavery, Mexican American, Asian American, and Native American history the, and U.S. political, social, and legal history. In addition, read succinct essays on the history of film, ethnicity and technology or explore the multimedia exhibitions and reference resources that include a database of annotated links, classroom handouts, chronologies, glossaries, an audio archive including speeches and book talks by historians, and a visual archive with hundreds of historical maps and images at http://www.digitalhistory.uh.edu/multimedia.cfm. The images may be used for educational purposes.
Dieselnet is an online forum devoted to sharing of technical and business information related to diesel engines and emissions, including technologies that are necessary for green and efficient use of future diesel engines.
Collections of technical papers, online courses and webinars related to computer science and engineering. Topics include fundamentals of usb, graphics and processors.
  Encyclopedia Mythica
Encyclopedia of mythology, folklore, and religion. Contains image galleries and has many clearly defined subdivisions that will ease searches.
Offers a wide range of online resources for engineers. Includes features, videos, games, puzzles and directories.
  Eric Weisstein's World of Science
With the help of the Internet community, Internet encyclopedist, Eric W. Weisstein, has compiled encyclopedias on astronomy, scientific biography, chemistry, physics and mathematics. Includes clear succinct explanations and illustrative examples.
  Eye Witness to History
Eyewitness account of ancient history to present including voices and film clips.
  Fast Company
Written by and for progressive business leaders, emphasis is placed on innovation in technology, ethical economics, leadership, and design. Each section provides insightful articles aimed at inspiring the reader to think out of the box. Read Fast Company's eight-point program for presentations guarantees to keep listeners on the edge of their seats. Provides Guidelines to draw and keep the attention of the audience.
  Forbes Leaders
Features of prominent personalities and leaders.
  Forbes Managing
Videos and articles about management practices and leadership.
A blog by the authors of best-selling books, Freakonomics and SuperFreakonomics which have sold over 5 million copies, and their friends whom are all well-established academics or professionals. Contains interesting articles that aim to give alternate viewpoints.
Learn to code anytime and anywhere. This unique open source site not only allows you to learn coding, but also provides opportunities to build projects to aid nonprofits.
  Free Management Library
Access to literature on a broad range of topics that will assist in personal, professional and organizational development.
FutureLearn offers loads of free online courses from a range of universities and specialist organisations.
  GCF LearnFree
Supported by the Goodwill Community Foundation, it provides quality online learning tools to master technology skills, literacy and math.
Offers free e-books on a variety of subjects digitized and proofed by volunteers of the Project Gutenberg, a major volunteer effort to digitize, archive, and distribute cultural works.
  Harvard Extension School
Offers a wide variety of courses titles of courses offered include ‘Abstract Algebra’, ‘American Poetry from the Mayflower through Emerson’,’ Intensive Introduction to Computer Science’ and ‘China’. You can also search for courses by professional certification.
Access free courses divided into lessons of 5 minutes that you can receive via email. Course topics include art, business, history, languages, science and technology. To sign up for a certain course, click on the course name and go to 'Sign up for Highbrow'.
  The History Channel
HISTORY covers a diverse variety of historical genres ranging from exploring HOW THINGS WORK in Modern Marvels, to THE BRAIN POWER of great minds and inventions of our time in PURE GENIUS. You can navigate from country to country.
  History Learning Site
Features history of nations, inventions, discoveries and politics.
Consists of about 300 narratives from Aegean Civilization to Zoroastrianism and some 10,000 events on searchable timelines.
  How to mend it
Contains information on repairing all sorts of products such as computers, vehicles and musical instruments in a "question and answer" format. Search, ask a question and receive an answer.
  How Stuff Works?
Discusses the interesting aspects of many historical milestones, events and inventions and a variety of subjects. Contains short 15 minute episodes.
Information and tutorials to help you improve your design sketching techniques with step by step guidance. Preview a good collection of sketches by various artists.
  Islamic Heritage Project
An extensive catalogue on Islamic Culture, Architecture and Society from 10th to 20th century compiled by Harvard University. Includes a collection of 280 manuscripts, 275 printed texts, and 50 maps.
  Lagunita Stanford Online
This website provides free open-source course conducted by Stanford faculty that you can access at any time. A wide range of topics are covered that include computer science, statistics, engineering and humanities. To access the courses, you first have to create an account by following this link.
This is a site that has various links to how to learn programming in C. It is catered to both beginners and advanced learners through short and effective exercises.
  Learn that
Tutorials on various topics such as business, computers and finance including tips on how to use social networking tools, manage startup programs in windows 7, build a successful Google+ strategy and more.
Lessons and problems on basic chemistry and related topics. Students with minimal chemistry background can visit the site to gain a better understanding of general chemistry topics.
Audio and video aids to help you master a variety of topics including the classics, American history, economics, biotechnology, physics, ethics and many more.
Access to a wide range of audio versions of books available in public domain.
Full and unabridged texts of classic works of English literature. Check out your favourite author!
  MIT OpenCourseWare
MIT offers a huge variety of free online course materials in its open courseware website. Includes Architecture and Engineering topics such as Aeronautics and Astronautics, Biological Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Engineering Systems Division, Materials Science and Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Nuclear Science and Engineering.
  My CADsite
This webpage has free resources to help you to learn how to use AUTOCAD at your own pace. The tutorials are graded from beginner to advanced stages and there are even links to tutorials for older versions of AUTOCAD.
  Online College Courses
Advance your understanding of a wide range of academic topics by accessing more than 500 accredited free online college classes from leading universities around the world. Topics covered include the sciences, information technology, computer science, math, and the humanities.
Here you will find free, specialised short courses initiated by Open Universities Australia. They cover a broad range of disciplines, including project management, humanities, science, technology and entrepreneurship.
  Open Culture
Open Culture brings free quality content from across the web to its website. Includes audio and eBooks, Online courses, language lessons, great Science videos and others.
  Open University
Open University’s Learning Space offers a plethora of online courses, videos, quizzes and more.
  Open Yale Courses
Offers a wide variety of free courses on humanities, biology, chemistry, physics, economics, and psychology from selected Yale College courses. Each course includes a lecture in downloadable video format.
  Pen and Ink Drawing
A web with useful links to various portals for information on the drafting topics.
  Perseus Digital Library
Covers the history, literature and culture of the Greco-Roman world and other subjects such as Humanities.
  Physics Tutorials
Includes tutorials on general physics topics with lessons and problems for students. Good resources that will help students with minimal physics background gain a better understanding of general physics.
  Presentation Skills Success
Aid to preparing and delivering an effective presentation.
  Singapore-ETH Centre for Global Environmental Sustainability (SEC)
Set up on September 7, 2010 with its first interdisciplinary research program called Future Cities Laboratory, the laboratory deals with the challenge of making urban structures environmentally and economically sustainable and livable. SEC focuses on three urban scales: sustainable building technologies, the city as an urban system, and the relationship between urban and rural environments.
  SolidProfessor - Solidworks
Discover SolidWorks through both concept based online tutorial lessons and interactive learning to apply the skills you’ve learnt. There is also a prep course available to help those interested in attaining a SolidWorks certification.
Technology, Entertainment and Design (TED) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to spreading ideas of innovation for positive change. View the inspiring and insightful videos presented in an engaging and thought provoking manner.
Tutorialspoint.com provides quality online education in the fields of Computer Science, Information Technology, Programming Languages, and other Engineering as well as Management subjects.
  W3 Schools
Free eLearning website that is dedicated to teaching students the various aspects of web design.
MathWorldTM is a free mathematics resource created by Wolfram Research, makers of Mathematica. It has extensive range of topics from simple algebra to calculus.
  World Landscape Architecture
A webzine on Landscape Architecture written by professionals for the profession. The comments, reviews and reports will serve as a useful resource for students to reflect on.
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