Looking for a new creative outlet or hobby? Or are you seeking to enhance your hard skills by amplifying your interests? Whatever the case may be, we’ve got a list of platforms and apps that you can explore.
At worst, they will help you break the ice, and engage in small talk; at best, they can potentially help you land a new career. So go ahead, plunge into the fountain of knowledge and expand your brain synapses!
You may not be interested in a PhD in Maths or Physics, but simple math knowledge can go a long way and can help you solve practical problems and – potentially- discover a hidden passion in the theory of the universe. It’s time to let go of the high school algebra trauma. Brilliant is a platform to help you master science concepts through fun, guided problem-solving. It is really as easy as XYZ.
Knowing how to code, especially when one’s employed in the digital marketing field, can be an invaluable asset. Long gone are the days when we would think that programming was hard and only for the basement kind of crowd. Learning how to write your first script, app or opus magnum can actually be fun. Grasshoper is one of the numerous apps that are focused on making coding accessible to everyone, regardless of level. It is free and developed by Google; therefore your success is guaranteed.
There are a lot of learning platforms out there. Lynda, Skillshare, Superhi, you name it. But what is the best platform to learn a specific knowledge? Here comes Courseroot, the biggest database of online courses for you to filter through based on price, difficulty, certificate quality, and more. Find online courses on any topic and review them on aspects you find important. Courseroot will show you the best courses from the eight biggest platforms, ordered by rating and popularity. You can even learn to play the guitar! Ta. Da.
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