Certainly, learning is supposed to be a lifelong process. Just because you aren’t in school anymore doesn’t mean that you can’t continue learning. And with the advent of the internet, there are so many great ways to learn today. Many of these learning suggestions don’t even require any money, while others require some. Here are some great suggestions for ways to get back into the learning groove and to expand your horizons whether you are 30 or 70.
Check out your neighborhood colleges and see if they offer adult learning courses. Many universities and colleges will have classes that are specifically for adult learners. Other places will allow older learners to audit courses or to just sit in for fun.
Distant learning – Today there are hundreds if not thousands of distant learning programs all around America. You can learn online by watching lectures, participating in chats and group discussions and much more.
Podcasts – There are many videos on youtube and on private podcast channels that offer lectures and series. This site at http://gettingsmart.com/2013/02/50-educational-podcasts-you-should-check-out/ actually lists 50 educational podcasts that you may want to check out. This could keep you entertained, learning and enjoying for ages. Most of these are free of charge, allowing you to enhance your learning in the comfort of your home without paying anything.
We may not all have the time or energy to keep up our learning with our jobs and busy lives. But when you do find yourself with extra time, there are certainly many learning opportunities for you at there.