It used to be that online learning was nothing more than the domain of professors lecturing from their home base and a few trusted colleagues, rather than a mainstream option. But in recent years, online learning has revolutionized by taking the place of face-to-face classes.
What Types Of Online Learning Experiences Are Available?
When you’ve finally decided to finally take some basic classes online for your next project, a diverse community of content creators, experts, or just school friends waiting to offer free advice can help. These recent statistics reveal which content types are currently inspiring the most people, including educational tips, actionable projects, and lecture recordings.
There’s no question that online tutorial content can be a time waster (and teacher), but when you’re looking for a short-cut to start or end your course, online tutorial content is a great source. Filming and recording instructors in class is also a great idea to make it easier to find the right teacher or instructor with similar goals as you. It also lets you leverage instructor knowledge for your own courses or projects and access in-class audio recordings that are readily available online.
Numerous educational websites and platforms offer online tutorials designed to help users with anything from speech/reading / reading eBooks and Introduction videos to photography tutorials and short chapters for engineering courses. Check out Higher Learning Education Central, Excel the University, Google Education, and Babble — all of which have reliable informational content available free of charge. If you’re looking for a simple video interview with a wide variety of experts and teachers or a detailed video about a topic you’re interested in, very few universities or colleges offer course tutoring through online education platforms. However, you can use these services as a shortcut to get started.
Online learning platforms offer many online seminars that contain various aspects of the course or class with different video lectures. If you feel that an online tutorial/videoconference isn’t enough to get you started, consider hiring an online instructor, videoconference with various online instructors to learn from them and get advice on a project, or simply watch a whole video series of new courses and lectures and videos that have been recently updated. All of these types of online courses are limited by the nature of the platform and content that is offered by the platform.
Some educational websites offer in-depth seminars that cover all aspects of the project or class available to users. Check out my Ed Codec, which features in-depth videos with up to 10 hours of new content annually that teach its customers how to create websites, write code, solve problems, and more. Some online tutorial platforms also hold online seminars such as Hour of Code at CodeClub and Impact Math Academy. Unlike most online learning platforms, these seminars are free to participants, as well as open-ended.
Another type of online content that’s fairly affordable and useful to the web user is the video clip tool. This tool connects you with the current online tutorial content available and displays a variety of tutorial clips and tutorials on a single screen.
Several interesting and useful tutorial resources are available online that help users and business owners solve multiple problems. A simple tutorial allows you to quickly learn a skills skill using a variety of applications that cover various industries, such as marketing and IT. I even put together a simple overview tutorial covering various ways of attacking specific problems on my business blog.
Familiarize yourself with the tools and offer free or discounted video clips from each of these educational providers, as it will help you quickly build a “task and action plan” by learning how to tackle specific issues on the site.
A great resource for web users is speakers’ sections with free lectures in various subjects. Examples of popular digital presentations are TED Talks, as well as TEDx and Better World College lectures. Since these educational resources are widely available, a majority of college courses include at least some talks from their lecturers to keep students engaged. In addition, many college courses and universities include some free web video to teach other courses.
As you explore a variety of online educational resources and platforms, be sure to always choose the one that offers free courses (if you’re not able to download and watch content online already) and considers the needs of its users. Also keep an eye out for recent course updates or course-related events. In this way, you can organize and organize your own courses and training online to maximize and coordinate your online learning experience.
Melissa Arnold is an expert on digital discovery, personalization, and innovation in the small business community.