Being able to access free learning on the internet is just one of the benefits of modern day technology. It’s never been easier to get help on a subject of interest or just refresh your knowledge on a previously learned subject. Some of the benefits for online based learning include privacy, comfort, and time. Let’s take a look at the better sources for free learning online!
Take your learning crave all the way to the free university with Wikiversity! Wikiversity is a large source of wiki articles; articles written by people, for people, implemented as an easy going learning resource. Subjects are cataloged and accessible from the front page. Some of the front page features include a daily featured project and an educational picture of the day.
From the menu on the right-hand side of the front page you can access subjects via level of education, school subject, faculties, and resources. Some of the subjects include computer science, mathematics, physical sciences, life sciences, and education. Subjects range from basic level for the layman, to more advanced topics for either those with a high interest or those who have studied the subject in depth.
For an even larger range of learning resources you can visit Wikipedia, the website with one of the largest available resources for almost any topic available. Articles range through detailed and expressed articles to stubs that need help being expanded. There are thousands of articles available for you at Wikipedia; all you need to do is type the subject of interest into the search bar. It’s as simple as that.
Another great way to find out more on subjects of interest is to search for a dedicated wikia on the subject using Google. There are various wikis listed including subjects such as physics and chemistry with a dedicated user-base just for that subject! Topics are kept up to date by people who hold eager interest in the subject and are glad to help those who want to learn more. To find these dedicated wiki pages just search Google with a phrase such as ‘Physics Wikia’ or ‘Chemistry Wikia’. There’s bound to be a wiki for your subject of interest!
If you’re interested in a more professional atmosphere, you can always access the online encyclopedia Britannica. Right on the front page you’ll find research tools that will lead you to topics of interest, from the “On This Day” daily article to timelines, there are many things to explore on Britannica. The ‘A-Z browse’ on the front page will list the variety of subjects ranging in alphabetical order.