There are a myriad of online learning platforms that can meet the needs of both teachers and students. Some are free, while others require a fee or subscription. Most e-learning platforms support modern browsers as well as mobile apps. They also ensure that they keep their content up to date and accessible at all times.

These learning solutions enable tutors to reach out to an extensive audience without having to limit the number of students they can instruct or the frequency with which they meet. Moreover, e-learning eliminates the need for students to travel to attend classes. This is especially beneficial for students disabled who can be educated from the convenience of their homes.

These platforms offer tools that allow students and tutors to communicate one-on-1. They can also provide short, self-paced tests to assess the student’s comprehension of the content. This enables tutors to gauge the student’s progress and provide feedback quickly.

Each platform has its own focus. For instance, Udemy offers courses on a huge range of topics that range from photography to baking. edX, for instance, is focused on formal education, and collaborates with organizations and universities like IBM and Harvard in order to provide certified degrees and certificates. Other platforms include Skillshare which is a platform that focuses on innovative topics, MasterClass which is a subscription-based platform with celebrity and VIP instructors and Pluralsight which is more of a corporate learning solution. All of these platforms are accessible as desktop apps or mobile app and some allow you to download the courses to view offline.

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