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15+ Websites That You Can Learn Online In Nigeria

15+ Websites That You Can Learn Online In Nigeria
There is a saying that learning never ends, but we need to begin somewhere.
If you are someone that loves exploiting the web for new, undiscovered and available tutorials, we have written down more than 15 websites that you can visit daily to satisfy your urge for knowledge.





Websites That You Can Learn Online In Africa

- Udemy


Five Best Study Websites For Students
Udemy is an online learning platform that was founded in 2007 by Eren Bali. He built it as a kind of virtual classroom, where students can come together to learn different courses.
Udemy instructors build online courses on their choice topics using the course development tools. With the tools, you can upload PDFs, audio and video files, zip files, Power-point presentations and even live classes.




Courses you can offer include: entrepreneurship and business, the arts, academics, health and fitness, language tutorials, music lessons, technology and more.
With Udemy, you can either choose from the available courses ranging from the free ones to the paid ones, it all depends on the instructor.

Examples of courses you can learn from Udemy:
TopTopicSheet-The Complete Job, Interview, Resume/LinkedIn & Network Guide
TopTopicSheet-Microsoft Excel - Excel from Beginner to Advanced
TopTopicSheet-The Complete Ethical Hacking Course: Beginner to Advanced!
TopTopicSheet-The Web Developer Bootcamp
TopTopicSheet-Learn Ethical Hacking From Scratch
So far, Udemy has been featured on many big websites like Forbes, The China Post, The New York Times, TechCrunch, Fast Company, the YPN and the BBC.
You can visit the official site to start learning from the many available free and paid courses.


Codeacademy

Five Best Study Websites For Students
Codedacademy was founded in August 2011 by Ryan Bubinskiand Zach Sims. It is an online interactive platform for people interested in learning programming languages like:
- Java
- Python
- SQL
- Sass
- Ruby 
and mark- up languages like the Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS).
Codedacademy has so far partnered with big organizations like the White House, Amazon (it helped Amazon organize free Alexa training) and Periscope (for teaching SQL).
As at 2014, Codedacademy could boast of over 20 million+ users who had completed more than 100 million exercises.
In order to make the use of the website more accessible by users, their first app was launched in 2013 for IOS users which they called 'Hour of Code'.
So far, Codedacademy has been featured in many big sites like the TechCrunch and the New York Times and it has also won several awards like the 2015 Skillies Technology Award and the 2012 Best Education Startup, Crunchies Awards.
So, interested in learning any of the above listed programming languages? Visit the codedacademy official website and start learning.


Wikipedia
Best Study Websites For Students


I guess I don't really need to introduce this site to you. It is one of the most popular websites in the whole world and almost every known topic has been discussed (anything you don't see there, you can add yours).
It was first launched on January 15, 2001 by Larry Sanger and Jimmy Wales and it is a site that is based on publishing editable contents.
Wikipedia is so far has a total of over 40 million articles written in 301 different languages, but the English language is the largest.
However, because everyone is allowed to publish and edit articles, drastic decisions should not be made based on the articles seen in the site. In spite of this, Wikipedia is full of free and rich contents and always offer great helps to me whenever I'm conducting a research on different topics.
Next time you are given an assignment, visit Wikipedia.org and make use of the search widget on the top, I guess you'll be amazed at the quality of contents on the given topic available for your research.





- Wikihow
Best Study Websites For Students

It'll be incomplete if I mention Wikipedia without mentioning WikiHow. It teaches you how to do anything...yes. From how to cook the Nigerian Jollof Rice to how to make Shawarma, to how to create a blog and...learning never ends.
It was founded in 2005 by Jack Herrick  Internet entrepreneur and so far, articles on over 17 languages can be seen on the site.


Other Sites That Teach Online:

- edX: This is for taking online courses of Harvard, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Berkeley for free. It was created in 2012.
- Lynda: This is an American online education company that was founded in 1995 by Lynda Weinman. It offers video courses taught by industry experts in creative, software, and business skills. It was founded in 1995 by 
LinkedIn Learning: Learn the most in-demand tech, business and creative skills from the experts in the industry. It is currently collaborating with Lydia to and you can get all Lydia's courses there.
- Google Learning: Owned by Google, you can learn courses that are related to coding, programming and the rest o them. Courses taught are both for beginners and expert and are absolutely free for all.
Drawspace: This site will help you to learn how to draw easily online. It offers diverse printable and downloadable drawing lessons featuring Brenda Hoddinott's unique and highly acclaimed style of teaching.
Alison: Alison was launched in 2007 by Mike Feerick. You can visit the site daily to learn many different skills online for free.
Futurelearn (Free Online Courses): It was founded in 2017 and is owned by The Open University in Milton Keynes. You can learn new skills, pursue your interests, advance your career from the site.
Khan Academy: This is a is a non-profit educational organization that was created in 2006. It's aim  is to help students learn different courses and subject free of charge and it's still free up-to-date. Short, educative lessons are produced by the organization in form on YouTube videos.
W3Schools (W3Schools Online Web Tutorials): It was launched in 1998 by Refsnes Data. It is helps in teaching beginners the basics of programming and different programming languages. It'll be a good choice for you if you want to do good in web-development.
Udacity: Founded in June 2011 by Mike Sokolsky, David Stavens and Sebastian Thrun, you can visit the site to take free courses online and receive nano-degree. So far, it has over 1.6 million users.
Justin Guitar: If you are a music lover like me, the you'll definitely find this platform useful. You can learn how to play guitar from here. One good news, you can get over one thousand guitar lessons for free on this site.
Open Yale Courses: Open access to a many different introductory courses taught by experienced scholars and teachers at the Yale University. All courses are free.
Coursera: With its over 24 million users, and partnership with many big universities, Coursera is a good choice if you are interested in learning courses related to business, social science, computer science related courses like programming and more.
Thanks for reading along. Can you see that you can really learn anything from the comfort of your bedroom? Yes..thanks to technology.








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