Saylor Summer Learning

In lieu of a summer reading list, we have some recommended courses to help you stay sharp — or get sharp — before September rolls back around. Working on a degree? Three of these courses connect to college credit! What are your summer learning goals? Tell us and your networks with #SaylorSummerLearning, or just say … Read More …

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How Bay College borrowed, improved, and reshared Saylor Academy OER

Open Educational Resources (OER) are at the core of what we do, so we are always happy to learn of ways that others are able to adapt and reuse our materials. Open learning materials can be edited, translated, localized, and generally improved upon by anyone, which effectively extends the usefulness of resources while distributing the … Read More …

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May the 4th be with you! 16 free courses for Jedi, Rebels, and Imperials

Whichever side of the Force you call home, Saylor Academy has great courses for grizzled veterans of the rebellion and young conscripts alike, as well as for citizens who would just like to better understand the political, social, and economic landscape of the galaxy. Although we don’t offer technical courses on lightsaber repair, elementary hyperdrive … Read More …

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8 courses inspired by Earth Day

Happy Earth Day! Today is one day of the year when we try, if only momentarily, to recall that we are not just passengers on this “spaceship Earth“, but, indeed, its crewmembers. We offer no morals, no platitudes, no adjurations, just a short list of courses, inspired by this particular day, for folks living on our pale … Read More …

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Update: An (even more affordable) open course option for the ASBA

Thanks, in part, to changes last year in some of the tuition options at our partner school Thomas Edison State College, using Saylor Academy courses to help achieve an Associate in Science in Business Administration (ASBA) degree can be over $500 cheaper for New Jersey residents and nearly $2,000 cheaper for out-of-state students. The need-to-knows can … Read More …

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Tennessee Community College Adapts Saylor Professional Etiquette Course

We are excited to announce that Volunteer State Community College, just outside of Nashville, has adapted our course on Professional Etiquette (PRDV104) for use in one of the programs they are revamping under the Rx Tennessee grant program. Initially, the adapted course will be used as part of a Health Informatics program at VSCC and … Read More …

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