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Understanding Fashion: From Business to Culture
From its impact on culture and society to consumer behaviour, discover the business of fashion from Institut Francais de la Mode (via FutureLearn).

Music Moves: Why Does Music Make You Move?
Learn about the psychology of music and movement, and how researchers study music-related movements, with this free online course from University of Oslo (via FutureLearn).

The Art and Science of Relationships
Find out more about the fascinating intricacies and dynamics of human relationships with this free course from University of Toronto (via Coursera).

Become a Portrait Photographer
Explore the craft of portrait photography and develop your skills with the help of a variety of professional instructors (via LinkedIn Learning - access free with your library card).  

Write a Song
Have you ever had a musical idea, melody, or great lyrical phrase bouncing around your head—but don't know what to do next? Find help getting started here (via LinkedIn Learning - access free with your library card).

Technology in the Ancient World
Kanopy has more than just films and documentaries - explore great video courses like this on the technologies of the ancient world free with your library card. Understanding Greek and Roman Technology (via Kanopy - access free with your library card).

Free Courses Listed on Open Culture
Open Culture has collated a list of 1500 course from universities like Harvard, Yale, Stanford and more. Browse Open Culture here
 
Find Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs)
MOOCs are open online courses offered online by a vast array of universities across the world. You can search across different institutions to find upcoming courses with MOOC List.