|If you're looking for ideas for an entire course online, here are some models to check: ||Model Online Courses ||Another service from the California Virtual Campus. The Southern California Regional Center has put up several courses developed under their grant program. Subjects include biology, math, Spanish, a guidance class, a Photoshop class, a business class, even Oral Communication. Guest logins and passwords are given for each class so you can get into the website and eavesdrop. ||CVC Catalog ||The big catalog in the sky, also maintained by the California Virtual Campus. This site lists online courses from community colleges, the UC system, and the CSU system. |
You can find courses by subject area, or by individual schools.
|World Lecture Hall ||Maintained by the University of Texas at Austin, this is your entry point to free online course materials from around the world. |
Some courses are delivered entirely over the Internet. Others are designed for students in residence. Many fall somewhere in between. In all cases, they can be visited by anyone interested in courseware on the Internet — faculty, developers, and curious students alike.