The International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society (MDS) is a professional society of scientists, clinicians, and medical professionals involved in research, treatment, and education about Parkinson's disease and related movement disorders. To further its mission, MDS offers online educational opportunities for both members and non-members. Neurologists, health professionals, neuroscientists, and advanced students pursuing careers in these fields can access free courses by clicking "E-Learning Modules." There users will find an archive of past offerings, which can be filtered by area of interest (e.g., genetics, therapies, or movement disorders), series type, region, level (beginner, intermediate, or advanced), and intended audience. Alternatively, readers can easily explore Recommended Courses on that same page by clicking the right and left arrows buttons. The course search results briefly summarize the topic, instructor, CEM Credit units, release date, and level of instruction. For further details, including a summary of learning objectives and hardware and software requirements, users can click on the title of the class of interest. Readers wanting to learn more should not miss out on offerings such as Huntington's Disease: Genetics and Pathophysiology, Genetic Testing 101, and Drug-induced Movement Disorders: Tardive Syndromes. All courses are taught by university faculty and medical practitioners. Note that archived courses are free for non-members (although users will have to create an account), but upcoming offerings may require membership or a registration fee.