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Saylor Academy (under its legal name, The Constitution Foundation) was established in 1999 and is dedicated to reducing the cost of education and expanding access to quality open educational resources. Open courses offered by the Saylor Academy have been designed by trained instructional designers and subject matter experts. On the surface, these courses resemble syllabi. They contain learning outcomes, time advisories and break the course down into individual units. Within these units, students will find educational materials such as readings, videos, activities and assessments. Additionally, when students create a free account, they gain access to discussion boards and the Saylor learning community, and can track their progress through courses.
Saylor courses are different from Thomas Edison State University courses in three important ways.
To get started taking Saylor's open courses, visit Saylor.org and follow these steps:
Finally, if you wish to use the Saylor Direct Credit exam to transfer credit to TESU, please consult Saylor’s transcript guidelines.