With the emergence of online platforms and the advancement of technologies, even education can also be done online. The fun part is, you can control when to attend without affecting any of your credentials.
Some websites or other apps offer online courses not just for the people who can’t attend a typical class but also for those who want to enhance their skills and gain more knowledge about a certain topic.
Skillshare is an online learning community-based in the United States for people who want to learn through educational videos. The non-accredited courses can be accessed through a subscription. The majority of courses emphasize interaction over lecture, with the primary goal of learning through project completion. It’s an online learning community with thousands of classes on illustration, design, photography, video, freelancing, and more for creative and curious people.
Udemy, Inc. is an American major open online course provider geared at professional adults and students. You’ve come to the right place if you want to learn something new or share what you already know.
Domestika expanded its reach by creating online courses for anyone interested in recognizing their creative potential and connecting with other like-minded people from all over the world. Every course is professionally produced, and you’ll walk away feeling like you learned something and had a fine experience doing it. The production team is extremely helpful to teachers, and payments are sent on time and in full.
Pluralsight, Inc. is a privately held online education company based in the United States that provides software developers, IT administrators, and creative professionals with a variety of video training courses via its website.
“We need to bring learning to people instead of people to learning.”- Elliot Massie.