Skip to main content is an online repository for professionally-produced software, creative and business training videos. They offer training on everything from accounting to word processing.

As of March 6, 2019, Colorado College no longer offers as an on-demand training option. LinkedIn, which owns, is discontinuing their product and folding their online training into LinkedIn Learning, which uses a licensing model that currently does not fit the college's needs.

If you wish to continue using, Pikes Peak Library District (PPLD) offers its users access to for free - visit to find out how to get a library card and avail yourself of their

For Photoshop and other Adobe learning needs, you can visit "The Hub" online or Adobe's education center:

Microsoft has a lot of online training available:

There are several good alternatives to

    • Several courses are available - all free.
  • Coursera
    • Coursera offers a mix of on-demand and scheduled courses, as well as free & pay courses.
  • Future Learn
    • Future Learn offers courses online in a more traditional date and enrollment-based format. New courses start all the time, so check out their free course catalog. They also offer fee-based programs.
  • Khan Academy
    • This site offers classes on academic topics, as well as test preparation and college & career courses.
  • Skillshare
    • Offers several free classes, but the sign up process makes it seem like you have to sign up for a premium account.
    • 13 code and programming courses
    • Many courses on computer and data science, as well as business and career development.
Last updated: 12/30/2020