They say one never stops (or, should stop) learning in life, but once you step out of school, who really has the time to continue with proper classes, courses, or rigid timetables?
Thanks to these online resources, you can continue to learn, as per your schedule availability, interests, and convenience. Most of these websites are available as mobile applications as well, so you can review the study material even during long commute hours if you like!
Coursera is an online learning platform founded by Stanford professors that offer a variety of open online courses, specializations, and degrees.
What it offers: A plethora of courses ranging from business to engineering, with even professional certificates in some cases.
It is a non-profit educational organization with the goal of providing a set of online tools that help educate students. They provide online videos as a supplement to in-class learning.
What it offers: Math, Science, History, Grammar, SAT prep and more.
It offers a mix of free and paid courses, with the aid of videos, PowerPoint presentations, PDFs, audio, zip files, etc. It is also accessible from its app for smooth learning on the go!
What it offers: Courses are offered across a variety of categories including business and entrepreneurship, academics, the arts, health, and fitness, language, music and technology.
Tutorials Point is a dedicated website to provide quality online education in the domains of Computer Science, IT, Programming, and such, with the aid of PDFs, videos and E-books.
What it offers: Various programming and coding courses like HTML, CSS and also material on UPSC exams, Current Affairs, and more.
This website with its interesting name claims to be a computer science portal for ‘geeks’, consisting of well written and explained Computer science and programming articles.
What it offers: Material on Computer Science.
It hosts both free and paid content and also certification courses. Learning sequences include short videos with exercises to be solved.
What it offers: Courses from a range of Computer Science to Humanities.
It is an educational website for learning web technologies, complete with tutorials on various topics under the same with exercises and even try-it options to run the program of the code written by the learner.
Alison is a free online education platform that focuses mostly on workplace-based skills. It provides various categories, sub-categories, and options in the form of video chapters for easy learning. It also provides certification for some courses!
What it offers: It provides material for a wide range of categories such as Language, Science, Health, Humanities, Business, Math, Finance, IT and much more!
Duolingo is a platform that assists in language learning through its website and app. The boats the ability to help you learn, and even master, any language you desire, free of cost, with the help of its various effective learning tools.
What it offers: Language learning courses with a wide selection of languages spoken around the world.
Code is a non-profit website provides free coding lessons and initiatives, aiming especially at school children to encourage computer science learning.
What it offers: Courses in Computer Science and coding.