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Top 5 E-Learning Platforms to explore

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E-learning platforms are turning into a leading trend in the EdTech ecosystem.

Learning has been made easier with the introduction of simplified, yet efficient methods of learning.

Most people had the experience of learning through the traditional classroom method but times and tides have changed.

These changes visible in the educational sector are achieved by employing the use of technology to solve problems or challenges of learning in our society.

In recent times, students or knowledge seekers don’t have to travel the distance in other to get an education.

These e-learning platforms have been created to assist teachers in organizing their learning materials in modules and, connect with a heterogeneous audience of students who are willing to opt for a given course.

Due to the teeming need of developing technologies that can connect students with their teachers, e-learning apps were created.

It is not enough to ask if teachers should embrace e-learning but how do we make the most of the trend? E-learning can trend when teachers, professionals, and institutions utilize e-learning apps.

How amazing is it to learn from any part of the world!

Now, let’s take a look at top e-learning platforms that students should get acquainted with in order of preference for their course of choice.

Duolingo

Are you that person who gets interested in learning languages other than English or your native language, Duolingo is the go-to e-learning app for you.

Here, you can get access to different learning materials in any language of your choice and, it is user-friendly. Want to be a pro linguist? Duolingo is for you.

Coursera

Do you need to earn a certificate or degree from world-class universities and companies? You might just consider taking a course on Coursera.

They offer a wide range of courses in different subjects. You can access over 5100 different courses and specializations, over 40 certificates, and over 25 degrees.

With Coursera, you don’t need to spend on a travel visa; all you need to do is to sign up, select your preferred course and soar.


Also read, Ways To Improve E-Learning In Higher Instututions


Udemy

Udemy offers access to different learning videos similar to Coursera. Here, e-learning courses are taught by experts at a specified fee.

This e-learning app offers experts the opportunity of becoming an instructor on their platform and ultimately earn too.

Spongelab

Want to learn science content for free? You should consider signing in on Spongelab.  With their numerous materials on science-related subjects, your learning process is made easier.

Khan Academy

Khan Academy is a not-for-profit institution that developed an e-learning app with the aim of providing education for all. In other words, Khan Academy offers free courses to students who would sign up.

No subscription fee is required to have access to the courses they have to offer. Interestingly, they have strong backgrounds in Mathematics and science.

Therefore, do you have that need to be better with numbers (mathematics)? You could just try out Khan Academy.


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