If you’re a liberal arts major you don’t have to minor in computer science or enroll in advance computer classes to learn some coding and expand your computer skills. It’s probably best — and more cost effective — to learn on your own and at your own pace using some free online sources. Here are some websites that are not only free, but are high in quality, as well!
- Adobe TV: Morie and more Liberal Arts majors are expected to know Adobe’s suite of programs, and one of the best places to learn them is their own Internet TV channel. It’s a site often overlooked in preference of in-person –and online– classes at colleges and universities. Learning the basics from Adobe TV is free, so you’ll save a ton of money that you would have been charged by schools or a private tutor. In addition, the quality of the video and audio is generally higher and easier to follow than watching the video-post of a random user.