Last updated on August 21st, 2020
Recently, due to the significant increase in the number of Internet users, many websites emerged to provide educational services through easy-to-use platforms to learn about different topics and gain new skills.
These platforms deliver lessons and courses through either live and interactive sessions or recorded lectures.
This type of education has gained wide popularity as it is an accessible and economic means of education relative to traditional classes.
OPPGATE has gathered a list of the three best online courses platforms that you can use for free:
1- Khan Academy
Khan Academy is one of the best, if not the best, and the biggest online educational libraries.
It offers thousands of free lessons in various academic fields.
If you are lost in your math class or you need help in your chemistry or physics subjects, you can find tutoring videos that explain hundreds of topics in any subject you want.
Since Khan Academy is a non-profit organization and free of charge, you can watch an unlimited number of videos anytime at your convenience
What makes Khan Academy special from other online platforms is that it is available in several languages.
If English is not your first language, you don’t need to worry, language is no longer a barrier.
Some videos are translated into Arabic, French and other languages while others have subtitles added with different languages.
You can benefit from Khan Academy’s services by either watching the videos on their official YouTube channel, which contains more than 7,000 educational videos and about 6 million subscribers.
And if you are one of those who prefer an easy-to-use interactive website interface, you can sign up to Khan Academy from here.
Aside from videos, you can also get exercises, practice problems and articles to read.
Coursera is one of the most popular educational platforms as it partners with major universities and organizations to provide academic and educational content in various fields.
Coursera is free, flexible, and easy to use with plenty of courses offered across a wide range of fields.
Whether you are interested in the social sciences, business, economics, or other fields, or whether you want to learn a new language or gain a new skill you can choose the course that best fits your interests.
You can sign up for free and enroll in Coursera online courses here.
Yet, what if you could enroll in one of their courses for free from your home?
The edX platform, visited by about 10 million people monthly, offers hundreds of courses in various fields from leading universities around the world.
Universities like MIT and Harvard also provide official certificates upon completion of their courses where you can include these certificates in your CV.