The Best Free (or Cheap) Online Courses
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If you love to cook or want to learn how to cook this is a great site. It has thousands of recipes and more are posted each day. They have videos that teach you basic cooking skills or others skills if you’re an intermediate or expert. There are recipes from different countries, and you can also post your own recipes for people to comment on.
Everyone has heard of YouTube. YouTube is one of the best sites to learn a new skill or knowledge. The site has everything you can think of from beauty and makeup to home improvement. Ron Hazelton is a popular YouTuber who has a YouTube channel dedicated to nothing but DIY home improvement from painting to wallpaper. Just go to the YouTube search bar and type in anything you want to learn and there will be a video there t will teach you. You can learn how to salsa dance or improve your photography and HTML skills. YouTube has endless possibilities.
Pinterest has a whole category dedicated to DIY. This site relies heavily on crafts, home improvement and beauty, but it also has links to other sites that involve creative skills, business and technical skills. A great board to follow is Buzzfeed DIY board because they have tutorials for almost anything.
It doesn’t matter what website you choose from the list, each one can benefit your life in a different way. If you want to bring some extra money into your life, try the technology-focused sites like Code Academy or Code Avengers. If you’re creative and like to work with your hands, pick up a crafting skill and try Pinterest. Want to take up a free college class? Then, try Academic Earth or CourseEra.
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What sites have you tried? What other sites should we include in this list? Have you taken a course? What did you think and what are your tips?