1. Course Hero
Course Hero is an American education technology website company based in Redwood City, California, which operates an online learning platform for students to access course-specific study resources.
With over 50 million-plus downloads and 3.5 million paid subscriptions, the app is slowly catching over the E-learning market. The app wants every student to stay on top in every subject, The Company offers the best teachers including Byju Raveendran – The founder, using state of the art technology for visualization. The app provides all the features that allow you to learn and master all concepts right from Kindergarten till High School Foundation to Competitive Exam Prep like JEE, AIPMT, CAT, NEET, UPSC & IAS. The app uses technology to merge best practices like the use of videos, interesting content, and quizzes with great teachers so that each child across the globe has access to the best learning experience.
3. LinkedIn Learning
LinkedIn Learning is another educational website that, like Udemy, you have to pay to use. Powered by LinkedIn, its courses focus mainly on employability skills for today’s digital workplaces, such as computer programming, audio engineering, graphic design, videography, office software proficiency, and meeting/presentation management.
It’s mainly video-based, and has a few neat features like the ability to search video transcripts for something specific that you want to learn about, or add specific videos to your own custom playlists. It also has a program that makes it available for a reduced cost through libraries or other educational institutions.
Partnering with world-famous universities, including Harvard and MIT, edX has around 2,500 courses to choose from. It focuses primarily on the humanities and natural sciences, so if you’re looking to broaden your understanding of topics in these areas, it’s a great place to start. Languages and computer science, in particular, are among the most popular subjects on edX. While most edX courses are free, there are some professional courses that will come at an additional cost, so make sure you know exactly what you’re signing up for before you commit yourself to anything.
With Unacademy, India’s largest education platform, the company is changing the disciplined classroom education into a more fun-filled one. In a span of 6 months, over 300,000 students have benefited from over 2,400 online lessons and specialized courses on cracking various competitive examinations, through the platform. They have onboard some of the top educators in the country, including Kiran Bedi, India’s first woman IPS officer, and now the Governor of Pondicherry. With over 2 million views every month, the app is touching the lives of people in the remotest corners of the country. The success stories include thousands of students who have cracked the toughest of examinations, improved their ability to speak and write better, and increase their knowledge. Our vision is to partner with the brightest minds and have courses on every possible topic in multiple languages so the whole world can benefit from these courses. India is home to 19% of the world’s youth and the app is empowering them to take on the world in a manner that classrooms will never do.