Many sites offer opportunities to study and learn for free.
Free resources to keep everyone learning. Daily schedules for students ages 4-18 to keep them learning. See the schedule here.
CreativeLive offers free viewing of new classes. Classes change weekly and cover photography, art and design, music and audio, crafts, and more.
Learn about late 19th and early 20th century U.S. history through the Historical Postcards of New York City from the Picture Collection. History and explanation here. See all the Historical Postcards of New York City in the Picture Collection here.
BBC offers daily educational content from languages to math and science to history and geography for ages 11-16 and over 16.
On the Remarkable People Podcast Guy Kawasaki interviews remarkable people from all walks of life. Recent interviews include Leon Panetta: Former White House Chief of Staff, CIA Director, and Secretary of Defense, Chris Bertish – Big Waves, Big Ocean, and Big Dreams, and Sir Ken Robinson: Creativity Expert, Author, and Viral TED Speaker. Always someone unexpected. All past interviews are available.
Fill in your state and quiz yourself on plant and animal identifications.
Learn about the Elements of Art through videos that provide an in-depth look at art-related concepts through a lively approach based on visual demonstration.
World Book offers access to their databases within World Book Online until April 30th, 2020.