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Education is perhaps one of the most important things that you can give yourself to further your career and expand the opportunities that are presented to you in your job. However, for many people, the idea of returning to school is simply not financially feasible. For those people who face this dilemma, free online education just might be the way to go. Two examples of this type of education are discussed below.

Example # 1

The first example of free online education that a person can come across is the website presented as The mission of this website is to provide quality distance education at no cost to the user. Participants, who have access to the internet can study, take courses, and participate in online community activities at no cost to them.

While does not offer actual diplomas or certificates, it does offer some of the most up to date information, and its lesson plans take into account the strengths and drawbacks of the latest computer technology making it one of the most hassle free ways to learn. In addition, the categories of online education courses offered by this website have everything ranging from accounting to anthropology and criminal justice to electric repair.

Example # 2

Another example of free online education comes from MIT. MIT Open Course Ware, or MIT OCW is a large scale, web based electronic publishing initiated that is funded by the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, MIT and is supported by the generous Ab Initio software company.

The goals of this form of education are to provide free, searchable access to MIT course materials for use by educators, students and self learners alike. In addition, by offering free online education with the caliber of MIT, the idea of open course ware can reach its fullest potential.

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