Just Added More Than 100 New IT Courses

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More than 100 popular IT courses has just been added. Online learning for IT professionals worldwide receives a boost as major Universities roll out more courses through open learning.

The SiteTrail owned education website, which is one of the largest portals where learners can access free courses on the web just published more than 100 new IT programs. These courses were selected according to user feedback related to courses with the highest global demand.

Work based training for "acces on demand" skills:
Especially for computer professionals, work based training with online facilitation has become a popular trend. A complete spectrum is available which includes excel spreadsheet courses, software engineering, hardware engineering or popular packages for professionals working with Microsoft, SUN, Oracle, Cisco, Java or even web and multimedia types such as Wordpress, Joomla, PHP and Adobe.

The Editor of had this message for users: “ Our site refers learners to some of the best institutions worldwide who offer free or sponsored courses. As far as the available IT courses are concerned: The list will continue to grow as more Universities make available open learning. So far we have seen institutions launch innovating schemes such as MIT opencourseware and others, to which we will refer more students.”

Future expansion: identified a further 50 courses to be added over the next 8 weeks. Our favorite Universities and institutions which we rate highly includes MIT, UC Berkeley, Harvard, Stanford and the Khan Acadamy. To participate in extending free courses to others, learners can share and participate by letting us know which courses they feel is a useful addition. Universities can do the same. The web already offers portals like myfreecoursesonline, coursera and openculture - which are exciting for learners who chose to study from home.

Other popular courses offered:
With information technology being just one of many specialist areas, professionals and students who study in fields such as medical, NLP, accountancy and finance, design, psychology and health and fitness will also find suitable courses. Most programs use a combination of Video lectures, iPad or PC ready MP3 audio learning and also interactive Moodle styled learning. Due to each University designing it’s own unique learning experience there is not a uniform approach as to what is available hence students are encouraged to sign up to various courses listed until finding the presentation style which works best according to individual taste.

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