What is the best online learning platform?
I’ve tried Udemy, Coursera, Skillshare and Youtube. Just hear your thoughts on which you think is the best and if you know any other good ones you can recommend!
There are many specialised sites that offer individual learning course keeping that mind however. This is how I go about. - Youtube for immediate help on a specific topic - Udemy for a course with a complete and organise syllabus to complete on my own time. - Coursera when I am devouted to learning something and will stick with a schedule that I want a certificate for at the end to put on LinkedIn. - I am yet to try SkillShare Each has their upside for sure :)
@arunpariyar That’s a pretty good breakdown. Any good courses you’ve done recently?
@pablo_fatas I had an absolutely amazing time doing the intro to go course with Mark Bates who is an active member in the Go Community. Anyone serious about learning Go should take it : https://www.gopherguides.com/ind...
Youtube, because it is free and the quality and volume of the content are higher than on Skillshare or Udemy. The only reason why you should use Skillshare or Udemy is to filter out the "noise". On Youtube, it is harder to find quality content because there is so much content available, on the closed learning platforms good content is recommended to you.
@philipp_stelzel I’ve felt this a lot. Have any favorite educational youtubers you like?
I find that Twitter threads sometimes have great resources, like this one on writing: https://twitter.com/joe_portsmou...
@geetanjalishrivastava I do like a good twitter thread. But it is definitely the kind of thing you come accross as suppose to search and find.
@pablo_fatas What is your go-to for online learning?
@geetanjalishrivastava For full courses with structure I like Udemy. I did a lot of coursera in Highschool. I think they are quite interchangeable. I just pick based of which one is offering the most interesting course. When something requires less structure I usually go for a youtube playlist.
These all are the good ones! And the one I think should be in the list is FreeCodeCamp.
@kumar_sons_off Never heard of it. i’ll check it out. What have you used it for in the past?
Udemy, I found it the best. No fuzz, No false claims, Simple and effective and pocket friendly. I highly recommend it.
There are a lot of online learning platforms nowadays that are claiming that "I am the best" but you have to check some key factors when choosing an online learning platform to upskill yourself. - Course Syllabus - Fees Structure - Industry Expert Mentor - Project Details We also have listed down the top 10 online learning platforms that offer online courses. Go through this link - https://collegevidya.com/blog/to...
I think it all depends on the course style you are looking for. I recently completed an online course through the College of Contract Management and so far, its been the best for me. I have tried Youtube and Udemy before, but those didnt suit me as well. The best part about the ccm is that the courses are interactive, so, if like me you have loads of questions, you can ask your lecturer.