Virtual Knowledge: ELearning Websites Everyone Should Know About Pt. 1

Virtual Knowledge: ELearning Websites Everyone Should Know About Pt. 1

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As we see more people around the globe #StayingHome, we've realized how important it is to continue embracing growth, education, and knowledge. So, we have put together a list of platforms, chosen personally by our associates, that provide online courses you can enroll yourself in.

Udemy

An online learning platform aimed at professional adults and students.  Udemy’s courses cover anything from programming languages (Python and Java) to personal development classes, such as design, drawing, writing, and yoga.

Udemy has both free and paid courses so that you can continue your education within your budget. Additionally, once you’ve enrolled in a course, you have lifetime access to the content.

Start here: https://www.udemy.com/

W3schools

W3Schools is a free educational website for learning web technologies online. Content includes tutorials and references relating to HTML, CSS, JavaScript, JSON, PHP, Python, AngularJS, React.js, SQL, Bootstrap, Sass, Node.js, jQuery, XQuery, AJAX, XML, Raspberry Pi, C++, C# and Java

Start here: https://www.w3schools.com/

Linkedin Learning

Linkedin Learning, formerly Lynda.com, is a website that offers video courses taught by experts in the software, creative, and business industries. It is a subsidiary of LinkedIn.

Start here: https://www.linkedin.com/learning

We would also like to include some evening activities as cultural institutions are opening their doors to the internet, allowing people to enjoy their art, music, and more from across the globe.

The Thyssen-Bornemisza National Museum

With over 1,600 paintings, it was once the second largest private collection in the world after the British Royal Collection.

One of the focal points is the early European painting, with a major collection of trecento and quattrocento (i.e. 14th and 15th century) Italian paintings by Duccio, Luca di Tommè, Bernardo Daddi, Paolo Uccello, and his contemporaries, and works of the early Flemish and Dutch painters like Jan van Eyck (Diptich of the Annunciation), Petrus Christus, Rogier van der Weyden, Gerard David and Hans Memling.

Visit here: https://www.museothyssen.org/en