The BBC has launched a new computer course to help students learn the basics of computing.
The course will be offered from November 14, but students can sign up for it here.
“Our aim is to give a solid foundation of the fundamentals of computing, to help you get started quickly,” the website says.
Students can choose between three modules: a practical computer course, a coding and programming course and a computer science course.
There are no specific requirements for the courses.
They include the basics like how to type a string or print out a web page, as well as advanced topics like the theory of computing and programming languages.
It is not clear how the courses will be taught, but some experts have suggested they could be offered by a university.
There is currently a strong focus on computing in higher education.
In 2016, for example, the US National Science Foundation funded a research project to look at the benefits of coding and computing courses.
In 2018, the American Association of University Professors published a survey of computer science and engineering courses that found that only 5% of students were able to complete the course.
Computer Science is also seen as the subject most likely to have a job in the future.
“Computer Science is one of the most promising areas of research, and is already the subject of a new set of federal research grants for the next decade,” the survey said.
“In the coming years, the pace of computer-related job creation is expected to accelerate.”
Some of the new computer courses will include online courses for those who have not previously taken a computer class.
However, they will also offer a number of practical, hands-on courses for students who already have a computer, such as a coding course and an electronics course.
The courses will also include video lectures, video interviews and video demonstrations.
In a statement, the BBC said the courses would be open to all students who are at least 18 years old and would start with a course at £5.99 a day.