Harvard Photography Course Now Available Online For Free

Harvard has added photography to its list of creative courses offered online for free. Image: INQUIRER.net stock photo

Ever wanted to enroll in an official photography course, but don’t have the time or the money to spare? Budding photographers are in luck because Harvard just made their entire photography course available online, and it’s free.

The course is now accessible via the ALISON e-learning platform. It is divided into 12 modules, with a 13th module serving as an assessment of everything a student has learned, The Next Web reports.

A student passes with a score of 80 and above and will be entitled to a diploma which can be printed for display.

However, there is a catch. The course is from 2009, and while most of the fundamentals still hold weight, some of the tool and software lessons are a bit dated.

Other prestigious universities such as UCLA, Yale and Princeton have also provided e-learning materials. However, these are mainly geared towards academics and IT. This makes Harvard’s latest creative contribution to the online learning community a breath of fresh air and hopefully the first of many to come. Alfred Bayle

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