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Old 02-16-2011, 02:31 AM   #5
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If anyone asked to sit in my class, I would let them. I'm always amazed that more folks don't sit in on evening courses at their local universities.

Even if you can't sit in on a course, there are tons of resources available. For one, just download one of the trillion or so syllabi posted online and follow the readings for the course. Second, there are tons of lectures posted on youtube. Last semester, my students found lectures that covered the exact textbook that I had assigned. Furthermore, there are scads of textbooks and audio courses floating around on the internet (although many may be pirated.)

In short, just dig a little bit and you can educate yourself on whatever interests you, at your own pace, for free.
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