Self-learning and independent scholarship links

I’m quickly running down a web-search hole following up on my last post about alternatives to college. I’ve been thinking about this subject since the 1980s and even considered an alternative-to-college, though much lower tuitions and a pieced-together scholarship package let me go to the University of Georgia at very little cost. But I graduated 20 years ago next month, and it’s far more expensive now.

Rather than opine about what I’ve found, I’ll just list the resources. Some are about learning alternatives; some are about service alternatives.


Categorized as Learning

By Scott Wells

Scott Wells, 46, is a Universalist Christian minister doing Universalist theology and church administration hacks in Washington, D.C.

1 comment

  1. Minor tangent: Transliteracy? I’ve encountered that discussion before. I am not fond of the jargony “let’s invent a new name for an amorphous practice” so someone can have something new to write about in library-land literature.

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