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Online Course Providers Where You Can Learn Almost Anything - Open Education Online

Online Course Providers Where You Can Learn Almost Anything

One of the great things about learning online is that you can learn at your own pace. You can rewind and review sections as often as you need to in order to fully understand the material. Additionally, online courses often offer more interaction and feedback than traditional classroom settings. This can help you better retain the information you are learning. Here are our top 10 online learning platforms where you can learn almost anything:

#1 Udacity

Udacity offers a variety of online courses, most of the are paid. You can choose from courses in programming, data science, artificial intelligence, digital marketing, and more. Once you enroll in a course, you will have access to videos, quizzes, and projects. Learning on Udacity is basically learning your next job, as many of the skills are highly in-demand.

#2 Coursera

Coursera is another popular online learning platform that offers courses from top universities and companies. Like Udacity, Coursera courses are mostly self-paced, and you can access many of them for free. However, if you want to receive a certificate or earn college credit, you will need to pay a fee. Coursera covers almost any topic that’s taught at universities globally.

#3 edX

edX used to be a non-profit organization that partners with universities and companies to offer online courses. Today edX is owned by TWOU. Most courses on edX are available for free. Students can opt-in for paid certificates for an extra fee. Students who cannot afford the fees might qualify for a financial aid.

#4 Khan Academy

Khan Academy is a non-profit organization that offers online courses in a variety of subjects. Unlike other platforms, Khan Academy does not partner with universities or companies. Instead, all of their content is created internally. In contrast to the previous course providers, Khan Academy targets high school students.

#5 Udemy

Udemy is an online learning platform that offers both free and paid courses. While most of the courses on Udemy are not created by universities, they do partner with experts in various fields to create high-quality course material.

#6 Skillshare

Skillshare is an online learning platform that offers courses in a variety of creative and business-related topics. While most of the courses on Skillshare are paid, there is a selection of free courses available as well.

#7 Linkedin Learning

Formerly known as Lynda.com, LinkedIn Learning is an online learning platform that offers courses in business, technology, and creative skills. Lynda.com is now owned by LinkedIn and a lot of their content is available for free with a LinkedIn membership. As you can imagine, many of the courses have a specific career focus.

#8 Codecademy

Codecademy is an online learning platform that offers free courses in programming and web development. In addition to their traditional course format, Codecademy also offers interactive exercises to help you learn the material.

#9 FreeCodeCamp

FreeCodeCamp is a non-profit organization that offers free courses in programming and web development. In addition to their traditional course format, FreeCodeCamp also offers interactive exercises and real-world projects to help you learn the material.

#10 FutureLearn

FutureLearn is an online learning platform that offers free and paid courses from top universities and organizations. FutureLearn courses are typically shorter than those on other platforms and they offer a variety of specializations.