Just those listed through coursetalk are overwhelming. About 10 new classes per week starting each week. Most of these are through Coursera. A few through Venture Lab. Most of the Udacity and other providers have self-paced models that can begin at any time. I think I’ll likely pick one that starts in the next week or two and then pick another one that starts about half-way through the next one ending. That way I get that constant excitement of starting a new course (assuming I have capacity for all of this with the new job starting).
I almost feel like it would be worth it to take a year off and just take 4 or 5 classes at a time.
Some basis notes:
|Now||An Introduction to Interactive Programming in Python||Coursera||Rice||*****|
|Now||The Hardware/Software Interface||Coursera||UW||First|
|Now||2.01x: Elements of Structures||Coursera||MIT||First|
|22-Apr||Introduction to Guitar||Coursera||Berklee||First|
|29-Apr||Design: Creation of Artifacts in Society||Coursera||Penn||*****|
|29-Apr||Generating the Wealth of Nations||Coursera||Melbourne||First|
|29-Apr||Mobile Health Without Borders||Venture Lab||Stanford||First|
|TBA||E-learning and Digital Cultures||Coursera||Edinburgh||3.5|
|TBA||Videogames and Learning||Coursera||Wisconsin-Madison||First|
|TBA||Designing a New Learning Environment||Venture||Stanford||3.5|
|TBA||Fundamentals of Online Education: Planning and Application||Coursera||Georgia Tech||2.5 Cancelled|
|Whenever||HTML5 Game Development||Udacity|