Free Learning Monitor Continues Leading Coverage of Free Online Education in 2009

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Free is key on the new Web, and the Free Learning Monitor from Mission to Learn is the essential source for tracking online courses and other other high-quality online learning experiences that cost users nothing. The Monitor is published as an e-newsletter at the end of each month and the complete archives for 2008 have just been released on the Mission to Learn site at

Mission to Learn today announced the release of its first issue this year of the Free Learning Monitor. Each month the Monitor scours the Web to find new sources of free online courses, online tutorials, and other free online education offerings for readers. The January edition does not disappoint. It includes dozens of offerings across topic areas ranging from computers and the Internet, to health care, to business, to languages, to arts and crafts.

The Free Learning Monitor is published as an e-newsletter at the end of each month. Subscribe on the Mission to Learn site at and you will automatically receive the most current issue.

Additionally, Mission to Learn has released all of the back issues of the Free Learning Monitor for 2008. For anyone who has not subscribed to the Monitor before now, this is a treasure trove of free online learning opportunities. Free online courses, great educational blogs and Webcasts, open education sites - you name it. If it is a free online education opportunity, the Monitor will find it.

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Mission to Learn is the destination site for people who take lifelong learning and personal growth seriously. In addition to the Free Learning Monitor, the Mission to Learn blog offers a continuing stream of news, resources, and insights from the Learning Web. It is listed as a top language blog in Alltop and is one of Lexiophiles top 100 language blogs.

Mission to Learn also produces the Radio Free Learning podcast at: The podcast features interviews with thought leaders in education and learning. Recent interviews have included virtual community pioneer Howard Rheingold and co-founder of School of Everything, Paul Miller.

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