During this unprecedented crisis caused by COVID-19, numerous institutions around the world have made their resources available to the public. This guide lists resources that are online and free: some of them are such by their nature (e.g., the Internet Archive, Coursera), and there are a number of sites which are temporarily offering their programs to the public for free, such as the Metropolitan Opera, Louvre, etc.
We will be updating and revising the guide on a regular basis in order to keep our students and community informed about high quality, diverse and relevant resources available on the internet.
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