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"Learn something new today!" Attend - for free - non-credit Continuing Education Courses over the Internet. Choose from over 500 online courses!

Some quick facts: Areas of study include: Accounting, Algebra, Alternative Medicine, Art, Arts and Photography, Business, Career Training, Computers, Cooking, Crafts & Hobbies, English as a Second Language (ESL), Entrepreneurship, Environmental Issues, Financial Management, GED Training, General Education, General Science, Health, Historical Studies, History, Home and Garden, Homeschooling, How To / Do It Yourself, Human Resources, Language Arts, Languages, Law, Learning Disabilities, Literature, Math, Math Studies, Mathematics, Music, Office Skills, Parenting and Family, Performing Arts, Pet and Animal Care, Philosophy, Photography, Psychology, Real Estate, Religious Studies, Science, Self-Help, Social Work, Sociological Studies, Special Education, Teaching, Technology, Terminology, Test Preparation, and Writing Skills.

Current students of Universal Class should follow this link to log in and continue their studies.

New users should use this following link to register:

>> Please click here to access Universal Class.
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Members of Middletown Thrall Library may log in to this service and enjoy it freely from any Internet-enabled computer.

First-time users: please log in first with your Middletown Thrall Library barcode: enter all numbers from the back of your library card without any spaces.

Afterwards, you will be asked to register and create a user name and a password. You can then use your user name and password to log into your classes.

Be sure to look for the confirmation e-mail you will receive after successfully registering for Universal Class. You must click the link in that message to confirm your registration.

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This service requires a valid and active e-mail address.

If you do not already have an e-mail account, you can get one for free. You can learn how to do that by clicking here or by inquiring at Thrall's Reference Department.

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