Take a great institute, good courses, thought provoking reading material and challenging assignments, put it all together and blend it with the convenience of doing it whenever you want, wherever you want to and you get the Best OCW Curriculum. And the best part? It is all free.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has a wide array of courses that you can take depending on your interest level. While they will not add up as credit or a degree, it is interesting to take a course that would make you a better manager, a better administrator or even help you assess if you are interested in Environmental Management even though there is no school in a 500 mile radius of your town that has a similar course.
MIT has around 85,000 unique visitors every month who browse the OCW site. Almost all the course have been digitized and made OCW compatible, even though participation by faculty is voluntary.
While, the best way to search for courses is going to http://ocwfinder.com/, it would also be good to check out MIT’s website itself to see if there are courses that you might be interested in. My pick: Economy and Business in Modern China and India.