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*[https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/categories/history-courses Future Learn History Courses]
Future Learn has a focus on European and British History, and the courses are fairly eclectic (i.e., Hadrian's Wall, The Fall of the Roman Republic, and Why Opera Matters). As of January 2019, the site had 29 different courses available. They also have paid online degree programs for students.
*[https://www.coursera.org/browse/arts-and-humanities/history Coursera.org]Coursera.org is one of the largest providers of online courses in the world. It has 182 universities and organizations partnering with it. This feature allows Cousera to offer over 100 history or history related courses. The courses offered are incredibly diverse. The courses include videos, readings, and quizzes. Some classes can be completed for free, but others are behind paywalls. You can either pay for courses individually or buy a monthly subscription. *[https://www.udemy.com/topic/history/ Udemy]Udemy is the largest online course provider in the world. They offer free courses, but most of them cost $9.99 or more. Their history section is relatively limited. Additionally, more than half of the classes are not in taught in English. *[https://ocw.mit.edu/courses/history/# MIT Open Courseware]MIT Open Courseware has numerous history courses, but they have not added any new courses since 2017. The courses are structured more like classes and are less user-friendly. The courses also do not appear to have videotaped lectures available after the course has finished. Still, the courses do have lecture slides and additional information for educators. *[https://oyc.yale.edu/ Open Yale Courses History Courses] The Open Yale Courses offer free complete courses taught by Yale History professors, but it only has four history courses available.