If you have access to the internet, you don’t have any excuse for not educating yourself. The internet gives you access to a huge pool of information that you can use to get smarter!
If you’re eager to educate yourself but cannot fork out extra money for education then take a look at the following free ways you can learn online.
You don’t have to go all the way to the library to read non-fiction books for free. There are websites that give you access to thousands of e-books, both fictional and nonfictional. Search for various topics, such as health and fitness, literature or entrepreneurship. Once you find the e-book you want, all you need to do is register on the site and download the e-book.
Google Arts & Culture
Are you passionate about arts and culture? Would you like to explore beautiful international masterpieces? Google’s online arts and culture platform allow you to browse high-resolution images of the most amazing pieces at certain museums. The platform even provides exquisite virtual tours. Visit the Metropolitan Museum, the Hong Kong Museum, Museum of Art in New York and many more museums around the world in the comfort of your own home.
Free online courses
Get access to free online courses from some of the best universities in the world. Coursera, Open 2 Study, edX, Alison and openlearning are just a few of the many online platforms that provide online courses for a variety of career paths.
Open access journals
You have access to free Open Access (OA) journal articles. You can read all the open academic findings, some of which are written by major publishers from all over the world. To get started, you can use Google to search for content that you’re interested or browse through a digital library.
Don’t waste time, start learning today!
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