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On May 28, thousands of people in Ukraine aimed for a Guinness World Record by simultaneously participating in an interactive English-language lesson.
Libraries are increasingly accessible, not only in number, but in what they offer; in some libraries, you can find exercise equipment and 3-D printers.
The U.S. Department of State and the University of Pennsylvania are offering free online courses for non-native speakers to build English skills.
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Massive open online courses (known as MOOCs) let anyone with an Internet connection access university courses from around the world. But what if you...