As many have found during the last few months, learning new skills doesn’t only happen in the office or in the classroom. Distance learning is now considered an important learning method for not only academic purposes, but also for the professional world. The following resources can help you stay on track with your learning goals and remain in contact with your colleagues and peers while doing so.
Coursera– This online learning platform founded by Stanford computer science professors is offering a variety of free courses for career development. The courses also extend to those who are interested in mental health, or those looking for a new hobby.
Udacity– Udacity is well known for their collection of shortened degree certification programs, also known as “Nano degrees.” Take advantage of their one free month on all nanodegree programs while you can!
LinkedIn Learning– LinkedIn is not only a place for growing your network. LinkedIn Learning is where professionals develop their skills with video courses. Check out their free learning paths available now.
Google Meet– Have you checked out your Gmail account lately? You might have noticed a new free video conferencing feature called Google Meet. Meet your friends and colleagues with this enterprise feature when you want, now for a limited time.
Microsoft Teams– Microsoft is showing their commitment to health by supporting remote teams with their collaboration platform Teams. Check out the limited offers for small and medium sized business as well as enterprises and individuals.
Slack– Popular collaboration platform Slack is offering their platform for free for certain organizations affected by COVID-19. Apply now to see if you qualify for their free offering.