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15. How do I keep my skills sharp?
15. How do I keep my skills sharp?
Best Site: iTunes U

With the job market still sluggish, staying current in your field -- or adding new skills -- is especially important. Enter iTunes U. Not technically a Web site but rather a destination inside Apple's iTunes Store, it lets you download free materials ranging from finance lectures at Yale to interviews with Wharton faculty members.

Caveat: None of the lectures will earn you any credits -- but for mid-career folks, ideas can be as valuable as credentials.

Try this too: Academicearth.org has a smaller selection, but it's focused on top schools.

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Last updated February 19 2010: 12:01 PM ET
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