Education: School on the Web
From its start, the Internet has helped scientists and academics share their work, so it’s no wonder that people now are able to use the Web as an educational resource and research library. If you’d like to take a class without leaving your home, find the right college, locate teaching resources or learn about almost anything, we’ve found Web sites that help you do it.
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Whether you want to get your high school equivalency diploma, take the initiative to further your career or enroll in a technical school to learn a trade, find the information you need online.
- If you’re considering advanced certification but aren’t sure you’re ready to take the step, check out CertMag. CertMag is devoted to delivering up-to-date information about certification programs, the technical industry and the job market possibilities for certified individuals.
- If you’d like to do more than just sample a few free online courses, see our findingDulcinea College Courses Online Web Guide to get familiar with the necessary accreditation, available online programs and degrees, and for more online study tools.
- For more information on career changes and advancement, visit the findingDulcinea Choosing a Career Web Guide or the findingDulcinea Career Transitions Guide.