e-learning platforms

 e-learning platforms

An online learning platform or e-learning is a web portal educational content that provides everything related to learning on one platform like lectures, training, resources, courses, changes to meet other students, etc. It is one of the best to learn at any time and anywhere and monitor students’ progress.
These platforms provide a lot of benefits like self-paced learning, work from home, improved technical, communication, and critical thinking skills even at very low cost, better time management, etc.

After the pandemic, the use of online learning platforms has risen because during covid educational system have been shaken all over the world and online learning platform has helped a lot to get education from home while closing educational institutions.

You need to just sign in to the e-learning website and you are good to go. You can select the course of your choice to learn. Some website provides free courses and other may require pay monthly subscription cost. Online classes are provided through online learning platforms.

There are various online learning platforms where a lot of quality education courses are provided by experts. These platforms are:

1. SWAYAM= SWAYAM is a program initiated by the Government of India and designed to achieve the three cardinal principles of Education Policy viz., access, equity, and quality. The objective of this effort is to take the best teaching learning resources to all, including the most disadvantaged. SWAYAM seeks to bridge the digital divide for students who have hitherto remained untouched by the digital revolution and have not been able to join the mainstream of the knowledge economy.

2. Coursera= Coursera is a popular online education platform that offers courses from top education providers around the world. Over the years, the company has grown rapidly and provides the world’s best standards of education through Massive open online courses. This online learning platform partners with universities including Stanford, Duke, Penn, Princeton, Michigan, Peking, and HEC Paris and companies like IBM, Google, and PwC. Overall, they have 190 active partners from 48 countries. 

3. Skillshare= Skillshare is an online education platform that is beneficial for both students and teachers. The website offers thousands of courses related to design, business, marketing, technology, photography, film, fashion, music, gaming, cooking, writing, and DIY. crafts, and more. Instructors can easily create classes through the step-by-step guidelines provided by the platform. This platform offers referral compensation for teachers if any of the students subscribe to the premium package.

4. BYJU’s= Byju’s is an Indian E-learning Company Headquartered in Bangalore, and they provide classes to CBSE, ICSE & State Boards. Byju’s had ventured into providing study material for competitive govt. exams such as UPSC CSE, Bank Exam, and other Government exams. It also includes various entrance exams such as JEE, NEET, CAT, GATE, etc. 

5.LinkedIn Learning= LinkedIn Leaning is a massive open learning website that covers a wide variety of creative, technology, and business courses. It has been offering informative and clear video-based training for individuals, corporate, and academics. The site is quite famous for teaching skills such as photography and coding.

6. Udemy= Udemy is a popular online learning platform that gives people a chance to develop their careers and explore a wide variety of hobbies. From web development to public speaking, they offer a broad range of courses. Reputed companies like Booking.com, Lyft, Adidas, and General Mills use the business plan of Udemy. Udemy provides great support for instructors. They can create, share and promote their courses via re-targeting ads, search and discovery, email campaigns, and external partner promotion.

7. edX= edX is an open learning platform that offers university-level online courses. It has over 120 institutional partners like Harvard, MIT, Berkeley, Delft, RWTH, Sorbonne, and more. The platform offers six different types of programs – one-off courses, Micro Master’s Program, Professional Certificates, Global Freshmen Academy, and XSeries Program.

8. Unacademy= Unacademy mainly started as an online platform for the Competitive examination such as UPSC, SSC, RRB, GATE, Bank Jobs, JEE, NEET, etc. Later on, Unacademy started classes for the student from class 6 to 12th. It’s one of the biggest hubs of educators started as a YouTube channel now they have more than 1 million video lessons with 14k educators.

 E-learning is the future of education. Now people are shifting towards it because it saves a lot of time and money. You can learn anything apart from your academics and enhance your skills.

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