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Top 10 Educational Resources for Online Learning

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28 Jan 2021, 19:33 GMT+10

Today, it is not only educational institutions that offer training programs and individual courses in the online format. Experts in almost any field may create their own courses to share their knowledge with those who want to learn.

America's top universities are famous for their academic and research programs, professors and faculty with impressive resumes, and beautiful campuses. However, being accepted by these colleges is not easy. Fortunately, it is possible to expand access to high-quality education for everyone through online courses.

Free or low-cost courses are taught by teachers from the best universities around the world. No matter what field of study you are interested in, you will almost certainly find a course that is relevant to you within the training resources listed below. There is something for everyone: both beginners and those who already have an advanced level of training.

Udemy

Udemy, an online education website, tops this list because it is an incredibly popular and valuable resource. More than 55,000 courses on various topics can be viewed and the Udemy app can be downloaded to your mobile device so that you can learn while on the road or traveling.

Although not free, Udemy courses start at just $12. If you are an expert who wants to create and run your own course, you can become an instructor and take advantage of Udemy's extensive user base to attract students. Undoubtedly, this is a useful tool, valued no less than services that help undergraduates write first-rate student papers.

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Coursera

A popular educational platform that offers online courses from the best universities in the world. Coursera collaborates with the University of Pennsylvania, Stanford University, the University of Michigan, as well as others.

Coursera runs more than 2000 paid and free courses related to more than 180 industries, including computer science, business, social sciences, and many others. Coursera also offers mobile apps so you can learn at your own pace.

Lynda

Lynda, owned by LinkedIn, is a popular educational portal for professionals who want to improve their skills or gain new skills related to business, creativity, and technology. Popular categories include animation, audio, music, business, design, development, marketing, photography, video, and many more.

After registration, you will receive a 30-day free trial and the subsequent subscription price per month is $20 for the Basic tariff or $30 for the Premium tariff. If you ever want to deactivate your membership and then come back later, Lynda has a reactivate feature that restores all your account information, including your entire training and achievement history.

Open Culture

This resource presents high-quality educational content from 1300 courses with more than 45,000 hours of free audio and video lectures.

Many of the courses available at Open Culture are offered by leading institutions from around the world, including universities such as Yale, Stanford, Harvard, and Berkeley.

edX

Like Coursera, edX offers access to programs from more than 90 leading universities around the world, including Harvard, MIT, Berkeley, University of Maryland, University of Queensland, and others. edX is the sole leader of non-profit MOOCs (mass open online courses).

Here you will find courses in computer science, languages, psychology, engineering, biology, marketing, and most other fields of interest. With edX, you can conduct additional training while attending high school or earn university entry bonuses. Upon completion of your courses, you may receive an official certificate from the institution signed by your instructor.

Tuts+

Envato's Tuts+ is for those who use creative technologies in their activities. In addition to an extensive library of practical guides, courses in design, illustration, code, web design, photography, video, business, music, audio, 3D animation, and motion graphics (a form of animation) are available.

Tuts + has more than 22000 training aids and more than 870 video courses, with new courses added every week. Access to training content is paid - $ 29 per month.

Udacity

Promoting the idea of accessible higher education worldwide, Udacity offers online courses that allow students to acquire skills currently in demand by employers. Udacity claims to offer its education at a fraction of the cost of traditional training.

It is a great platform to use if you plan to work in technology. With courses on Android, iOS, datalogy, software development, and web development, you can be sure that you will get access to the most up-to-date education in these areas of innovation, relevant to modern technology companies and startups.

ALISON

ALISON is an online learning resource for 10 million students from around the world, offering free, high-quality courses, a variety of educational services, and community support. The training content is designed for everyone: those who are looking for a new job, making a career, studying in College, or doing business.

The resource offers more than 800 free courses. After each stage of training, you may be eligible for a certificate and diploma at the appropriate level, but you must pass the exam and score at least 80% to move on.

OpenLearn

OpenLearn is designed to provide users with free access to the educational materials of the Open University, which was originally launched back in the 1960s in collaboration with the BBC. Today, OpenLearn offers both thematic and interactive learning content in various formats.

You can choose free courses based on level (introductory, intermediate, etc.), activity, duration, format (audio or video), subject, and other parameters.

FutureLearn

Like OpenLearn, FutureLearn is part of the Open University and is another alternative, offering course programs from leading educational institutions and partners of the organization. Courses involve step-by-step training and can be studied by learners at their own pace when accessed from a desktop computer or mobile device.

One of the real advantages of FutureLearn is its commitment to social learning, allowing its students to participate in discussions throughout the course. FutureLearn also offers complete programs that contain several courses for deeper learning.

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