I've taken a number of free courses in the past few years from Coursera and Canvas.net. I found a number of interesting Summer courses from these two vendors, and listed them below. FYI: I don't work for these companies, I just enjoy learning new things, and the price is right.
Watch out: Companies have changed how they offer their "free" courses. Many courses are still free. But now, some courses are free, but there's a catch: you don't get to submit the assignments and/or tests (I haven't taken one of these yet). And just like there were previously, there are courses you can pay for, if you want a certificate. But there's now a new wrinkle: paid specializations. Groups of individual courses are bundled into specializations. So if you want to take free courses, search for courses, not specializations.
- May 8: Copyright for Educators & Librarians
- May 8: Learning Mindsets and Skills
- May 8: Copyright for Multimedia
- May 22: Online Games: Literature, New Media, and Narrative
- May 29: e-Learning Ecologies: Innovative Approaches to Teaching and Learning for the Digital Age
- May 29: ICT in Primary Education: Transforming children's learning across the curriculum
- May 29: Metaliteracy: Empowering Yourself in a Connected World
- May 15 Online teaching and Learning in K-12 (Canvas.net)