Barnes & Noble University Offers Free Courses

Bookseller Barnes & Noble has found a novel way to sell books - allow authors to host training courses based on book content. The courses are free, however it is recommended that you purchase the related books to get total value in the training.

Courses that may be of interest to readers of AccountingWEB news include:

  • Branding Your Business on the Internet
  • How to Give a Great Sales Presentation
  • Improving Communication Skills to Get What You Want
  • Manage Your Personal Finances with Intuit Quicken
  • 401(k) Basics by Bloomberg
  • Business Etiquette
  • Online Investing
  • The Internet: A Smart User's Guide
  • 21st Century Job Hunting
  • Organizing from the Inside Out
  • Many other classes are offered as well. The full course listing is available at the Barnes & Noble web site, under the Online Courses tab.

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