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messageOnline course websites
Posted by TiTo February 09, 10:53AM

I was wondering if anyone has experience with online course websites? I'm thinking of studying online, while I'm on maternity, but I had to find out that some of these websites are scam.
Does anyone know a trustful one, please?
Thanks for reading my post.

messageRe: Online course websites
Posted by IlonaM February 09, 11:32AM

There are plenty of trustworthy providers - it just depends what you'd like to study. If you google Moocs you'll find a range of free accredited courses from around the world (including the Open University, various universities, Reed etc.).

As an example see: [www.ed.ac.uk] - free short courses from Edinburgh university
and [www.open.edu] - courses from the OU



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit was february 09, 11:34am by IlonaM.

messageRe: Online course websites
Posted by TiTo February 09, 02:17PM

Thank you very much. All are very useful, I appreciate it.

messageRe: Online course websites
Posted by se22cat February 09, 02:32PM

If you want to learn some creative skills, lynda.com is fantaztic and you get a free trial to see if it suits you too

messageRe: Online course websites
Posted by Jennys February 09, 05:43PM

Future learn has a very wide range of interesting g courses, mostly from universities, which are completely free. Do Have a look at their website. I have done one and enjoyed it immensely. You would only pay for a certificate if you wanted one.

messageRe: Online course websites
Posted by TiTo February 10, 11:45AM

All comments are very much appreciated. Thank you


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