Azero digital is an active community of people from all around the world. We travel a lot and we are very active socially Being home 24/7 is something new for us, as for all of you out there and very challenging. However, we understand the emergency and the need to stay home and for this reason, we are following strictly the government’s instructions. Nevertheless, we are very creative people and as we mentioned very active. So even if we stay home, we grab the opportunity to expand our knowledge and attend online seminars and we thought to share with you our favorite platforms that offer online seminars in different fields.
The Museum of Modern Art offers free online courses to those who are interested in the
- Contemporary Art
- Modern Art & Ideas
- Seeing Through Photographs
- Fashion as Design
- In the Studio: Postwar Abstract Painting
- Art & Inquiry: Museum Teaching Strategies for Your Classroom
- Art & Ideas: Teaching with Themes
- Art & Activity: Interactive Strategies for Engaging with Art
Lynda is an online learning platform that helps people to expand their knowledge on the business, software, technology and creative skills. Lately the platform created collaboration with LinkedIn, and they offer one-month free trial, so grab the opportunity now!
Udemy, to be honest, is one of my favorite e-learning platforms and the largest one in the world with more than 100,000 online courses in a variety of topics (from finance and digital marketing to lifestyle and music). They offer some of their web-seminars for free but also, they have online courses that you have to pay. Give it a try and you may thank us later!
freeCodeCamp is a nonprofit organization based in USA and their mission is to provide to people free code e-lessons. On this platform you will be able to find a list of programming languages. Ok we understand that this platform offers web-seminars only for coding, but we are sure there are a lot of people out there who are interesting in that.
edX is another platform that offers e-education courses, but this founded by Harvard and MIT and you can find courses from the biggest universities of the world. However, the most important is that they are removing the barriers of cost they offer and there are available courses in different languages.
We know YouTube as a channel that provides music, videoclips and trailers for movies. But it not only this. On YouTube is an unlimited source for whatever you are looking for. For example, you can find tutorial from cooking lessons to photoshop tutorials and SEO tutorial. We can’t hide that YouTube is our second search engine after google and sometimes it is better than google because offers videos.