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Inspiring and Useful eLearning Websites for Students

Now a days, where technology is rapidly evolving, education has also taken the support of ICT(Information and Communications Technology) and now offers convenient ways to help increase the knowledge, education and literacy status of people. E-learning platform provides anywhere, anytime easy access for upgradation of knowledge and skills.

Below is a categorized list of useful student websites and online resources that will help to make student life that little bit easier from day one.The following websites are sure to capture students attention.

 Engineering and Math

  • Codecademy— Codecademy offers data science and software programming (mostly Web-related) courses for various ages groups, with an in-browser coding console for some offerings.
  • Stanford Engineering Everywhere— SEE/ Stanford Engineering Everywhere houses engineering (software and otherwise) classes that are free to students and educators, with materials that include course syllabi, lecture videos, homework, exams and more.
  • Better Explained— BetterExplained offers a big-picture-first approach to learning mathematics — often with visual explanations — whether for high school algebra or college-level calculus, statistics and other related topics.
  • Big Data University— Big Data University covers Big Data analysis and data science via free and paid courses developed by teachers and professionals.
  • Khan Academy— Khan Academy is one of the early online learning sites, offering free learning resources for all ages on many subjects, and free tools for teachers and parents to monitor progress and coach students.

IT and Software Development

  • Udacity— Udacity offers courses with paid certification and nanodegrees — with emphasis on skills desired by tech companies in Silicon Valley — mostly based on a monthly subscription, with access to course materials (print, videos) available for free.
  • Apple Developer Site— Apple Developer Center may be very specific in topics for lessons, but it’s a free source of documentation and tutorials for software developers who want to develop apps for iOS Mobile, Mac OS X desktop, and Safari Web apps.
  • Google Code— As with Apple Developer Center, Google Code is topic-narrow but a good source of documentation and tutorials for Android app development.
  • code.org— Code.org is the home of the “Hour of Code” campaign, which is aimed at teachers and educators as well as students of all ages (4-104) who want to teach or learn, respectively, computer programming and do not know where to start.
  • Mozilla Developer Network— MDN (Mozilla Developer Network) offers learning resources — including links to offsite guides — and tutorials for Web development in HTML, CSS and JavaScript — whether you’re a beginner or an expert, and even if you’re not using Mozilla’s Firefox Web browser.
  • Pluralsight— Pluralsight (previously PeepCode) offers paid tech and creative training content (over 3,700 courses and 130K video clips) for individuals, businesses and institutions that covers IT admin, programming, Web development, data visualization — as well as game design, 3D animation, and video editing through a partnership with Digital-Tutors.com, and additional software coding lessons through Codeschool.com.
  • CodeHS— CodeSchool offers software coding lessons (by subscription) for individuals who want to learn at home, or for students learning in a high school teacher-led class.
  • Aquent Gymnasium— Gymnasium offers a small but thorough set of free Web-related lesson plans for coding, design and user experience, but filters access by assessing the current knowledge of an enrollee and allows those with scores of at least 70% to continue.

Design, Web Design/ Development

  • W3 SchoolsW3 Schools is a free eLearning website that is dedicated to teaching students the various aspects of web design. Students select what they want to learn from a variety of choices including:

HTML

PHP

SQL

JQUERY

More…

For each concept that students wish to master, they go through a variety of online tutorials, take tests, and ultimately complete each course. Students can take a final test to prove their mastery, and if they pay an extra fee receive a certificate of completion.

  • HOW Design University— How Design University (How U) offers free and paid online lessons on graphic and interactive design, and has opportunities for those who would like to teach.
  • HTML Dog— HTML Dog is specifically focused on Web development tutorials for HTML, CSS and JavaScript coding skills.
  • Skillcrush— Skillcrush offers professional web design and development courses aimed at one who is interested in the field, regardless of their background — with short, easy-to-consume modules and a 3-month Career Blueprints to help students focus on their career priorities.
  • Hack Design— Hack Design, with the help of several dozen designers around the world, has put together a lesson plan of 50 units (each with one or more articles and/or videos) on design for Web, mobile apps and more by curating multiple valuable sources (blogs, books, games, videos, and tutorials) — all free of charge.

These best educational websites for students all have one thing in common: they seek to make learning fun and interactive.

Education World offers new technology content every day. Every student should know about latest technologies. For students, GIET organizes  many workshops on different technologies and softwares. And in that workshops, experts tell student about latest technologies and softwares which are beneficial for them. Thats why GIET is the one of the top engineering college in Haryana.