Courseroot aggregates and ranks the best online courses from the biggest platforms on the web. Prospective students can filter through +50.000 online courses based on level of difficulty, price, hours of content, and certificate quality. Currently integrated are Coursera, edX, Udacity, Futurelearn, Khan Academy, Udemy, Springboard, and Skillshare.

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Hi Hunters! πŸ‘‹ The amazing growth in online education πŸ”Ό means more and more courses and course platforms are popping up, making the search process for the right course somewhat clouded. ☁️ What I have tried to do with Courseroot is to aggregate the courses from the biggest platforms on the web, rank them based on their characteristics like rating, number of reviews, certificate quality, and so forth, and allow you to filter through them based on price, level of difficulty, certificate quality, hours of content, and so forth. A lot of sweat and maybe even a few tears went into the making of Courseroot. Even if it helps you a little I would be very happy. 😊 Hope you like it! πŸ‘ Best wishes, Valentijn
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Congrats Valentijn! I tested your site and like like like it. Great decision to include the major players in your initial release. You are super-mega talented with no programming background. Well done πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘
@belecona Thank you very much Beth. Very kind words. Glad you like it!
This has been needed for soooo long! As a former course creator I'm really excited to see someone tackling this in a serious way.
@lkr Thank you so much Laura! It is so great to hear people are excited about the platform. Take care!
Nice timing! I believe that this product will be really helpful for people who looking for online courses πŸ‘πŸ»
@evrenweb Thank you, Evren! Great to hear that you're excited. Hopefully, it can indeed help some people out. Best wishes!
sometimes the simple ideas are the best! put all the main online course website's data in one place. great idea and site works really well!
@jwelch Thank you for your comment James. Indeed, simplicity can bring so much. Though it took me quite some effort to actually make it a reality haha. Have a good one!