I know I am a throwback but the public library is a great resource. I never, ever buy books. And if I want to re-read a book, I just get it from the library again. There's no limit.
I love love love the library, and even get most of my study materials for CLEPs from the library. They also have DVDs such as Ken Burns Civil War, Vietnam, Standard Deviants...
Personal Finance - 448 Astronomy - 61 Civil War and Reconstruction - 68 History of Vietnam War - 68 Substance Abuse - 59 World Religions - 473 Rise and Fall of the Soviet Union - 55 Environment and Humanity: Race to Save the Planet -61 Intro to Modern Middle East - 58
American Literature-73 American Government-62 U.S. History I - 64 U.S. History II -73 A&I Literature - 75 Western Civ I - 58 Western Civ II - 61 English Literature - 67 Humanities -76 Intro Sociology - 62 Social Sciences & History - 69
English Composition, Literature & Composition, Art Appreciation, General Psychology, Intro to Anthropology, Abnormal Psychology, Travel Agency Operations, Advanced Hospitality (7 credits), Intro Computer Software, Digital Photography, War and American Society, TESC Capstone
**Not official, but BA History at Thomas Edison State College!!!!!!*