Online course applications now offer free classes and resources premium during the quarantine period against the new coronavirus pandemic. The services contribute to social isolation with the free offer of functions normally paid on platforms for Android and iPhone (iOS). Options like Stoodi, Udemy and Coursera have released free courses and other resources to enrich the users' curriculum during the period they will be at home.
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In some cases, extra features will be offered for a limited time, with the end date varying by platform. The materials include free classes and courses on content such as information technology, law, administration, preparations for Enem, among other subjects. Most of the resources are available in Portuguese. Check out the following list of five apps that released free classes to study in the quarantine.
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During quarantine, Udemy released dozens of free courses for those who are at home and want to study. The online classes focus on the area of ??computer science and cover everything from advanced programming techniques to the teaching of technology to children. In addition, many teachers on the platform have also decided to make their classes available for free. Therefore, other content about finance or communication, for example, is also available for free in the app.
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Udemy has not announced a deadline for free resources. Most of the courses are in Portuguese and are aimed at beginners. The application is available for Android and iPhone (iOS), but it is also possible to access the contents in the web version. To register, you can sign in with a Gmail or Facebook account. Each lesson has a different timetable that can be consulted in the course description.
Udemy offers free computer and other classes Photo: Reproduo / Graziela Silva
Users registered with Stoodi can study for the National High School Exam (Enem) with video classes and free exercises released by the platform. The gallery consists of more than 5,000 video classes and 30,000 exercises on Nature Sciences, Human Sciences, Languages ??and Codes, Mathematics and Writing. Temporary access will be available for 30 days and may be extended if schools continue with suspended classes.
Stoodi released free access to 400 video classes and 10,000 preparatory exercises for the Enem Photo: Reproduo / Graziela Silva
Stoodi can be downloaded on Android and iPhone (iOS) phones for free. To enter the app, I need to register with name, cell phone, email and password. It is also possible to login with Facebook. After that, users have access to the home page with the subjects covered by the platform. When you click on one of the materials, there is a view of the entire content grid available. Users can still download preferred video classes for later consultation.
In addition to offering job openings, LinkedIn also has a professional training app: LinkedIn Learning. Due to the isolation time against the advancement of the coronavirus, the platform released the course "Remote Work: Collaboration, focus and productivity" free of charge for all users. The video content has ten units on teamwork, interpersonal communication, time management, among other subjects. There are more than ten hours of material.
Linkedin Learning released more than ten hours of classes for those in home office regime Photo: Reproduo / Graziela Silva
The free LinkedIn app can be downloaded from the Google Play Store or the App Store. To access the contents, the user needs to register on the platform, which also has a website version. The target audience of the course are people who are in the home office regime. You can attend classes in sequence or choose one of the topics to study in isolation.
4. Casa do Saber On Demand
In the Casa do Saber On Demand app, it is also possible to take free online courses and classes during the quarantine period. Casa do Saber is a physical cultural space in So Paulo that mixes online content with face-to-face activities. For 30 days, the app's courses will be available free of charge to those at home. The video classes include courses focused on culture and knowledge on plastic arts, literature, philosophy, among other similar topics.
Free access has been available since March 18, 2020. The app is available for Android or iPhone (iOS) phones, and offers master classes, collections and even space for conversation between professionals and teachers. All content is available in Portuguese.
Culture and knowledge lovers can quarantine themselves by studying with the Casa do Saber On Demand free courses Photo: Reproduo / Graziela Silva
The Coursera app offers free online courses created by more than 100 universities around the world. The idea of ??the platform, during home isolation to combat coronavirus, provide free access to its catalog of courses from institutions impacted by the pandemic. To participate, the student must seek information from the representatives of his university. The deadline for enrolling new students is July 31, 2020.
Coursera offers free online courses for students and professors from universities affected by the pandemic Photo: Reproduo / Graziela Silva
The student himself can also register on the platform using a form available on the Coursera website. The gallery has more than 3,000 courses and 400 specializations, and will be available for free until September 30th. The video classes cover a variety of subjects such as technology, health, arts and other topics. Faculty members are the primary target audience of the initiative. The application can be downloaded on Android and iPhone (iOS) devices.
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