Free online classes
|Military friendly school|
Want to learn to manage rental properties? Need to complete your GED? Getting ready to landscape your yard and need help developing a plan? The Phoenix Public Library can help you learn about these topics and more than 500 others through a new resource on phoenixpubliclibrary.org.
The Library’s newest online resource, Universal Class, offers self-paced study with real instructors to guide learning, engaging video-based lessons, graded tests and certificates of achievement. Customers can choose from subject areas including: accounting and bookkeeping, computers and technology, cooking, health and medicine, homeschooling, animal care, real estate, self-help, web development and more.
Customers may enroll in up to five courses at one time and have six months to finish each course. While courses are non-credit, some professional associations and organizations may accept them as continuing education units.
Library cardholders can access Universal Class by visiting “learning & research” on phoenixpubliclibrary.org and clicking the “online classes” icon. Customers will be asked to create an account to view classes offered and get started.