In one of our previous articles, we presented you a list of amazing websites you never knew they exist. Today we extend this list with websites where you can find the best online courses. It doesn’t matter what is your area of interest, we have suggestions for everyone.
1. Code Cademy
This one is dedicated to people who want to learn coding, web development or data analytics. It has 2 to 13 hours courses for over 20 programming languages and web solutions. The best part is that you have access to all of them in the free version. The pro version offers you quizzes, additional exercises, and other cool stuff. Check it here.
This is one of most comprehensive libraries out there. It has over 45.000 online courses for 9 different categories. You can learn Yoga, social media marketing or entrepreneurship, all in the same place. Becoming a member is free, but you’ll have to pay for the courses from a few bucks to a couple of hundreds. Have a look here.
If you want to learn a new language Duolingo is one of the best places to do it. You can start from zero or if you already know few things, you can jump straight to a more advanced level. They offer pronunciation exercises, writing exercises, and listening exercises. It is free and also available for Android and AppStore.
This website sends you 5 minutes lessons daily on your email address. They have dozens of topics and thousands of courses. Art, business, technology or history are just a few of them. Most are free, but if you want to have access to their premium content you’ll have to pay a monthly or annually fee.
Lear to fast read. This website is not a typical online course kind, but you can definitely learn from it. An average person can read around 200 wpm. With this website’s help, you can improve your reading speed up to 300 wpm. Save time, increase your productivity, and enjoy the free time you gain.
6. TED Ed
TED needs no presentation. It is a worldwide known brand for its content. TED Ed is their learning platform where you can find courses and lessons, all in video format. You can filter your search results based on criteria like education level, course duration or available subtitles. There are thousands of lessons available and millions of people watching them.
7. Cook Sarts
If you want to learn cooking we definitely recommend you this website. It has cooking lessons for beginners, intermediates and experienced chefs, receipts, pieces of advice for a healthy diet and much more.
This one of the oldest, most known, learning resources on the web. It has thousands of courses on so many topics that you can’t even imagine. If you ever look for something to learn online, most probably you’ll find it on Lynda.com.
Yousician is an online music teacher. You can take piano lessons, practice your guitar skills or even learn to play ukulele. They also have a mobile app to help you anytime you need music advice. It’s available on Android and iStore.
Learn new, useful skills from experts in cake decorating, gardening, knitting and more other. You can purchase patterns, kits, supplies, and take online courses. All designed for you to become a real craftsman.
11. Creative live
Let your creativity run wild. This is the place where, together with other creative minds, you can improve your ingenuity, discover new ideas, and explore the world of music, art or design. They also have courses for more “rigid” people like entrepreneurship, business development or leadership.
12. Mind Tools
This is the perfect place for managers and company owners. Here you can learn about business strategy, team management, communication skills, decision making or stress management. They provide a multitude of tools to help you inspire co-workers and impress your superiors. And it cost only 1$ to get their premium content for the first month.
What are the skills you’d like to improve? Do you prefer online courses or alternative methods? Let us know in the comment section. Thanks!