MIT offers free photography course
Here's a link to a free photography course put on by MIT on Documentary and Photojournalism. The course is self-taught, meaning that you must do all the work, there is no instructor.
The course was originally offered at MIT in 2009. It supposedly contains all of the materials, syllabus, assignments, etc, necessary to do the entire course.
Personally, I want to take a look at this because I like to do PJ style portraits and maybe this will help me do that better. Since you are both the teacher and student, you can work on only the parts of the course that you find interesting.
This page also has some other interesting links to other articles, tutorials, etc, that some folks may enjoy. For instance, there is a focus stacking article/tutorial there that I found interesting and would like to try for my macro shots.
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my gallery of so-so photos
|Moon 99% D55 C14 St-Zénon 20170806 DP by MarioSS|
from Best Picture of the Week
|Reeds on lake by kkardster|
from Abstracts in Nature
|Florence & the Machine by Dutch Newchurch|
from Second chances..