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How we review online course providers
The sheer scale of online classes and courses as well as the number of sites and platforms offering elearning means that we have to be very rigorous with how we review courses and course providers.
Whilst online course providers seem to be very similar at first glance there are a lot of differences between them that can have a real impact on your learning experience.
To give you some more insight into our review process check out the list below of key factors we use in our reviews.
• Number of courses
• Class or Course offers
• Free Trial
• Types of courses
• Course quality
• Customer Ratings & Reviews
• Community support
• Teacher support
• Tests and Exams
• Real world value
• Elearning apps
• Platform usability
• Course completion rates
How many online course providers are there?
There are over 200 different online course and online class providers. They range from full-service solutions to small, niche providers.
There are a further 50 platforms that can help you learn online. Sites like Grammarly and Preply can help you learn online without the need to attend a course.
The elearning landscape
Below you can see our infographic on the elearning landscape as it is today.
We have scored all the course providers on where their courses and classes fit on two scales.
• Lightweight vs In-depth
• Lesuire vs Business
Above you can see the whole landscape of elearning providers. We are moving through reviewing them all.
It takes time for us to complete the reviews as we make sure that we test each product thoroughly before advising others about this.
Best online course provider by learning type
More and more people are turning to online learning, which is often shortened to "elearning". With so many options to choose from and so many new skills to learn it is not hard to see why.
There is a whole world on the world wide web waiting for you to dive in and start learning.
In 2018 millions of people will be logging into their computers or smartphones to start or advance their elearning journey with a short online class or by getting a degree from a top university.
For learning anything