Free Online Tutorials

Learning by doing - Online!

Today’s applications that update in ongoing development cycles require businesses to publish lots of free online tutorials. Here are a few that I recommend you check out:

  1. khanacademy.org - A nonprofit with the mission to provide a free, world-class education for anyone, anywhere.

  2. ifixit.com/Guide - iFixit is a wiki-based site that teaches people how to fix almost anything. Anyone can create a repair manual for a device, and anyone can also edit the existing set of manuals to improve them. Our site empowers individuals to share their technical knowledge with the rest of the world.

  3. Google Digital Garage - The majority of our courses are free, and approved by industry experts, top entrepreneurs and some of the world’s leading employers. So you can be sure you’re learning up-to-date, real-world, skills that help you reach your goal.

Examples from Mitra’s Playing Around

These free online tutorials were created over the years while experimenting and learning new technologies such as blogging, podcasting, video conferencing. Who knows what new technologies the future will bring! No doubt it will include virtual and mixed reality applications that travel with us everywhere on the body.

Medium suitcase toolkits for distributing  necessary social/brand experience swagg on the go. Contains bag stuff +: 360 camera, iPad, iPhone, TriPod, Mini Photo Booth, Colored Pencils, Rolling Suite Case, Watercolor, Blank Page Sketchbook, Sharpies, Composition Book, Battery lights, Promotional Cards, Books, Stickers, Merge Headset, Stamps, Envelopes, Cards.

Medium suitcase toolkits for distributing necessary social/brand experience swagg on the go. Contains bag stuff +: 360 camera, iPad, iPhone, TriPod, Mini Photo Booth, Colored Pencils, Rolling Suite Case, Watercolor, Blank Page Sketchbook, Sharpies, Composition Book, Battery lights, Promotional Cards, Books, Stickers, Merge Headset, Stamps, Envelopes, Cards.

outdoor Festival size Art Prep and Marketing - Event Videos (2013)

Allie is a tour guide, and Jill Littlewood shows us paper techniques at her barn/backyard studio. We work on signs, cd waterfall, outdoor seating, art dome and workshop dome for one outdoor area of the Lucidity Festival.