Coronavirus: the online courses you can now take for free

online courses you can take for free during coronavirus lockdown

In response to the COVID-19 emergency, companies are now offering their online courses and services for free (or at a bargain) 

We’re all stuck at home due to the coronavirus quarantine. But there’s some good news, too: there are now many free things that weren’t free before the coronavirus. And e-learning platforms are now offering their online courses for free (or at a great discount)! Don’t let this opportunity go to waste and use this time stuck in quarantine to brush up on your skills, learn something new, and navigate the web, work and study through these online platforms.

 

Digital Solidarity

Coronavirus: the online courses you can now take for free

Italy has launched a Digital Solidarity campaign to get companies, publishers, online services and more to provide free services to help people work or study from home, or keep busy in general (we all could use a hobby right now). The response has been extremely positive, with hundreds of online newspapers offering free subscription plans, e-learning platforms offering free access to their online lessons, telephone companies giving away gigabytes for free, companies giving smart working solutions for free, academic platforms to help give lectures online, scooter sharing services for free, online magazine editions for free, and so much more. Check for yourself!

Ivy League Online Courses

Coronavirus: the online courses you can now take for free

If you’ve never had the chance to go to an Ivy League school, now is your chance to take an online Ivy League course. Over 450 courses from Brown, Harvard, Cornell, Princeton, Dartmouth, Yale, and Columbia universities, and the University of Pennsylvania are now available online, for free. From Business to Personal Development courses, get ready to access a completely new know-how.

Coursera App

Coronavirus: the online courses you can now take for free

This online training platform has made available a large part of its catalogue of university courses and specializations of top universities and companies. Courses from companies like Google, Intel and IBM are also included. Check Coursera for more information.

Udemy

Coronavirus: the online courses you can now take for free

This online learning platform is offering many of its high value courses for free. You’ll also find some outstanding courses at crazy discounts on Udemy, such as the “SEO Masterclass” and the “Photoshop” courses at €10.99 instead of €199.99. 

 

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