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9 Websites to Learn Something New

9 Websites to Learn Something New
By Niall Maher • Issue #28 • View online
 “If something is humanly possible, it’s attainable by you too.” - Marcus Aurelius

Want to learn something new?
This one is inspired by one of this month’s blog picks, Maximize Your Learning Time with These Seven Habits, where Scott recommends having a course open in one of your tabs.
I didn’t go to college to learn to code or get my first executive job.
I learned online from mostly free resources, and I’m still amazed by how much excellent quality content and knowledge is available to us all.
These are 9 of my favourite sites to learn something new:
edX - Start learning from the world’s best institutions. From short courses to full MBAs.
MIT OpenCourseWare -  A web-based publication of virtually all MIT course content.
Coursera - More than 5,000 courses, Professional Certificates, and degrees from world-class universities and companies.
Khan Academy - Learn math, science, computing, arts & humanities, economics and more.
Free Code Camp - Learn to code for free and earn verified certifications.
Domestika - Learn creative skills from professionals. Great value courses in a wide variety of creative topics.
Udemy - Thousands of online courses on nearly every topic you can imagine. You can usually pick up a course you like for around €10!
Project Gutenberg - Never run out of books again. This is a library of over 60,000 free eBooks!
TedEd - The educational arm of Ted Talks. Find engaging and free lessons, videos and talks.
I’ve used each of these sites a few times! I can stand over that they all have a lot of awesome content.
Reply to this email if you have another site I should share with people! 🧠
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App/Site of the week 🗓
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