Tools & Resources
Microsoft offers free online courses in data science, artificial intelligence, and machine learning.
Harvard offers free data science and computer programming courses online through its online learning initiative.
All the coding materials at the leading MIT university are available online.
A nonprofit community to help people learn to code for free.
Code.org is a nonprofit dedicated to expanding access to computer science in schools.
Free video presentation walk-throughs about real-world code created by others.
Free interactive adventure game with coding tutorials and exercises.
Codecademy has some free content and also a monthly fee for unlimited course access.
Udemy connects global students to inexpensive online information technology courses.
Find project managers who want to hire technology freelancers to work on short-term projects.
Apply to freelance work with startups and individuals who want to hire temporary technology talent.
Create short video lecture series about how to code and sell your courses online.
Identify objects in photos, perform data de-duplication, transcribe audio recordings, or research data details.
To become a certified Gun.io Professional Freelancer, the first step is to apply - then, you’ll engage in seven layers of vetting.
This grassroots campaign is supported by over 400 partners and 200,000 educators worldwide.
Scratch is one of the most popular coding tools for kids with plenty of resources for parents.
Parents can introduce coding skill-building activities to their daughters with this free Google-sponsored resource.
Development Director, Patrick Reagan, discusses what he learned from teaching his kids how to code online.
The Coding Dojo put together this useful article for parents on how to teach their kids to code.
Parents can teach coding with engaging games and puzzles that use cards, string, crayons - No computer required!
Hopscotch hosts a helpful YouTube channel and a community forum to ask questions and share tips on projects!
Code with Google provides technical curriculum for classrooms no matter what the students' future goals may be.
An NSF-funded effort to introduce computer science curricula based on a coding language to create mobile apps.
Downloadable coding curriculum built by the leading technology firm, Apple.