Take classes from top universities
edX offers access to 2500+ online courses from 140 institutions. Choose from uncertified for free or go certified for $50/course.
Khan Academy offers wonderful free courses on a variety of subjects, including math, science, computers, art and history.
Check out online libraries
JSTOR offers expanded open access for ebooks, journals, academic articles.
Learn a new language
Duolingo gives personalized online classes in 100’s of languages, including Klingon. Learn naturally with audio, visual, and verbal techniques.
Play games and train your brain
Luminosity transforms science into delightful games. For decades, researchers have created tasks that measure cognitive abilities. We’ve adapted some of these tasks and made some of our own, creating 60+ cognitive games.
Check out top museums and exhibits from around the world
Explore Google’s Arts and Culture site. Use tools to explore by time and color, zoom to view artworks in amazing detail, tour famous sites and landmarks, and more.
Who’s always there for you? Who never let’s you down? Good ol’ NASA
Check in on the humans in space, look at the latest pic from Hubble, let scientist help with homework all at NASA.
Watch Netflix with friends
If you have a Chrome browser you can have Netflix Parties!
Be able to talk about the weather with the rest of the world
Learn the Metric System. Learning metric really only requires a few reference points and a way to use them in everyday life. It is up to you on where to start, whether you want to understand Celsius temperatures, or distances, or weight measures, etc.
Tackle that Honey Do List
Get guidance on home projects and save some money by doing it yourself. Here are 100 home repairs you don’t need a pro for.