Top 100+ Useful Websites For Your Life
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Several centuries ago, when we wanted to learn something, we had to spend all day in libraries, bookstores, cultural centers or meet people in person to ask questions. However, when technology "takes the throne" and almost everyone owns at least one smart device with the Internet connection, finding information becomes easier than ever.

Here are 100 extremely interesting websites that you can visit every day to learn more and more new things. Remember that even if they are not in your major or field of interest, diversifying your knowledge and understanding will lay the foundation for you to explore world of knowledge. Who knows in the future you will need them.

Top 100+ Useful Websites Where You Can Learn Lots Of Things

Top Useful Websites for Business Learning

Top 100+ Useful Websites Where You Can Learn Lots Of Things
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1.edX – Take online courses from the best universities in the world.

edx.org

2.TED Talks – A collection of presentations sharing the most groundbreaking ideas in science, education, and design.

Ted.com

3.Khan Academy – A collection of Math, Physics, Chemistry, Economics, Business courses which are completely free with great interface and experience

Khanacademy.org

4. ALISON – Learn free online courses from British and American universities and experts from Google, Microsoft.

alison.com

5. MIT Opencourseware – Courses in all fields are taught at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), offering books, soft copies and video lectures.

ocw.mit.edu

6. Open Yale Courses — Courses in all subjects taught at Yale University.

Oyc.yale.edu

7. Coursmos — Take a micro-course (short duration) anywhere, on any device.

coursmos.com

8. Coursera – Learn free online courses from leading universities in the world. You can choose a free study package (full materials, learning videos) or paying a fee (to get a certificate from reputable universities after completing the course).

Coursera.com

9. Highbrow — Get courses delivered to your inbox daily (free).

Gohighbrow.com

10. Skillshare — Online courses and projects that unleash your creativity with $12/month to access to a massive repository of the hottest skills for today's jobs.

Skillshare.com

11. Curious — Develop skills with online video lessons on a beautiful interface (both web and app).

Curious.com

12. [lynda.com]— Learn technology, creativity and business skills

13. CreativeLive — Learn free creative courses from the world's top experts.

CreativeLive.com

14. Udemy — Learn all the hottest skills for the job, from design, web/app development, marketing or business with thousands of free and paid courses from industry experts.

Udemy.com

15. Open Learn — A collection of free courses in all fields for everyone.

Open.ac.uk

16. How to start a startup — A collection of lessons (via videos and reading materials) taught in the world's leading startup incubator Y Combinator.

17. Guides.co — Detailed tutorials on everything from writing content marketing to starting a business.

18. Inc.edu- Useful website for startups.

19. Reddit Lectures – A collection of top lectures from experts, academia, government and leaders.

Reddit.com

20. Fast Company's 30-Second MBA: This is a resource for short clips made by executives. You will learn a lot from great business tips, life lessons and really fast.

Fastcompany.com

21. HubSpot Academy – Portal about marketing, SEO, sales, advertising… for anyone interested.

academy.hubspot.com

22. University of the People – Non-profit organization with free courses in business administration, computer science and health.

Uopeople.edu

23. Platzi — Free online learning about design, marketing and coding from experts in the US tech startup world.

Platzi.com

24. FutureLearn – Free online courses from over 40 universities.

FutureLearn.com

25. Investopedia: - This is a source of information you want to learn about the world of investing, markets and personal finance.

Investopedia.com

26. Learnvest – The most successful entrepreneurs know how to manage money in their businesses as well as in their personal lives. In addition to extremely affordable finance classes, LearnVest also offers a number of free classes, such as “Build Better Money Habits” or “How to Budget”.

Learnvest.com

Top Useful Websites to Learn Coding

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27. Codecademy — Learn to code for free with fun, hands-on interactive lessons

Codecademy.com

28. Microsoft Virtual Academy — Learn web design, game, app, cloud platform development, big data, … for free with Microsoft experts.

Learn.microsoft.com

29. Udacity — Learn coding and data science from A to Z through amazing visual videos from experts at Google, Facebook. Similar to Coursera and edX, you can choose a free plan (no degree) or a paid plan (to get a nanodegree as career leverage).

Edacity.com

30. CodeCombat — Learn to code through games

CodeCombat.com

31. Code School — Learn to code practice

Codeschool.co

32. Code4Startup — Learn to code quickly for startups through tutorials on recoding famous websites and apps like Airbnb, Product Hunt, Tinder, etc.

Code4Startup.com

33. Thinkful — Raise your level with an expert one to one.

Thinkful.com

34. Free Code Camp — Learn to code for free to help the community.

Freecodecamp.org

35. [Code.org]— Start learning today with basic lessons

36. BaseRails — Practice Ruby on Rails and other tech skills.

Crunchbase.com

37. Treehouse —Learn HTML, CSS, iPhone apps, and more

Teamthreehouse.com

38. One Month — Learn to code and build apps and websites in 1 month

Onemonth.com

39. Dash — Learn the latest web design techniques

Dashmedia.co.uk

Top Useful Websites for Design Learning

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40. Wix: With more than 900 free templates, Wix has several specifically aimed at graphic designers, with built-in galleries for you to showcase your work in an easy and attractive way. It also offers seven blank templates, including one built around a gallery and another around a portfolio.

wix.com

41. Udemy: Introduction to Graphic Design – Learn design with competitive classes, graded classes, and graded quality of classes like on Yelp.

Udemy.com

42. Massachusetts Institute of Technology – Learn online as a free database of courses through professional teachers and course teachers.

Mit.edu

43. A Brief History of Typography – The key to the work of a graphic designer, for any aspiring beginner graphic designer.

ashworthcreative.com/blog

44. Teach Yourself Graphic Design: A Self-Study Course Outline – List the resources you need to create a self-taught graphic design course.

Udemy.com

45. Veerle's Graphic Design Blog – Learn helpful tutorials, tips and tricks, insights on working with clients; portfolio development; as well as simple solutions to problems that many graphic designers may face.

veerle.duoh.com

46. ​​Canva Design School – Learn the basics of fonts; colors, images, backgrounds, layouts and shapes.

canva.com/designschool

47. Envato Tuts+ Illustration and Design Courses – Learn any design software and process.

Envato.com

48. Creative Pro – Learn skills deep and hard, for designers who want to expand their skills.

Creativepro.com

49. CreativeLive – An online course geared towards designers and artists.

CreativeLive.com

Website Teaching About Data Science

50. DataCamp — Lectures and Data Science

DataCamp.com

51. DataQuest — Learn data science right in the browser.

DataQuest.io

52. DataMonkey — Develop your data analysis skills in a simple fun way.

DataMonkey.org

Websites that teach foreign languages

53. Duolingo — Learn multiple languages ​​for free.

Duolingo.com

54. Lingvist — Learn a foreign language in 200 hours.

Lingvist.com

55. Busuu — Free language learning community.

Busuu.com

56. Memrise — Use flashcards to learn vocabulary.

Memrise.com

57. Freerice: Helps you expand your vocabulary as quickly as you eat when hungry. This is the best way to feel yourself and learn words you can use for the rest of your life.

Freerice.com

Interesting Websites in Many Fields

58. Pianou — New way to learn to play piano online.

59. Yousician — Private guitar tutor for the age of technology.

Yousician.com

60. Digital Photography School: Learn to take photos.

digital-photography-school.com

61. Factsie: Find interesting, unusual facts about history, science, plus other linked sources.

Factsie.com

62. Today I Found Out – Website that summarizes interesting facts.

TodayIFoundOut.com

63. Gibbon: This is where the list of learning resources is compiled. Users collect articles and videos that help with learning everything from iOS programs to effective storytelling.

Gibbonedu.org

64. Instructables: You can learn to make anything, from a tennis ball launcher to a backyard fortress.

Instructables.com

65. Lumosity: This site trains your brain with fun, scientifically designed games. You can improve your memory and ability to concentrate.

Lumosity.com

66. Powersearching with Google: Learn to search for anything you want by improving your Google search skills.

coursebuilder.withgoogle.com

67. Quora: You can learn anything from productivity tips to lists of the best foods of all time. Questions, no matter how silly, are answered kindly by intelligent and well-known people.

Quora.com

68. Recipe Puppy : Enter all the ingredients you have in your kitchen and this awesome tool will give you a list of dishes you can create with them.

69. Spreeder: Free online reading software that improves your reading speed.

Spreeder.com

70. StackOverflow: A Q&A site for programmers, it's basically a coder's best friend.

StackOverflow.com

71. Unplug The TV: The video content here is quite rich, including topics such as learning about the Silk Road, war history, science.

UnplugtheTV.com

72. Vsauce: This is a YouTube channel that provides the internet's best interesting facts, where you will realize how strange our world is.

73. Squareknot — Similar to Wikihow, Guides.co offers lively and beautiful tutorials on everything in life.

animatedknots.com/square-knot

74. Google World Wonders – Explore the ancient and modern world with lots of useful resources.

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75. Lifehacker – A website that helps you learn everything from many angles.

Lifehacker.com

76. Library of Congress – Online knowledge library.

Loc.gov

77. Boundless – Free, online library of books.

Boundless.com

78. MeetUp – Learn from experiences, share what you know and look at issues from new perspectives.

MeetUp.com

79. PBS Video – Free, in-depth documentaries.

Pbs.org

80. Project Gutenberg – Website offering more than 50,000 literary works.

Gutenberg.org

Top Useful Websites for Health

81. The Ultimate Health Food Guide-This guide will be a lifesaver throughout student life for times when you’re feeling wrung out, stressed or ill. Whatever your ailments, visit this resource to find out what foods to eat to build your immunity and vitality back up.

82. WebMD

WebMD allows you to check your current health status using its symptom checker. Although this resource is great for hypochondriacs, it doesn’t replace the knowledge of a real doctor – go offline and visit your university’s health center if you’re really concerned.

WebMD.com

83. NHS

The website of the UK’s National Health Service provides information on all kinds of illnesses, conditions, diseases and treatments. The site also gives comprehensive information on sexual health.

NHS.uk

84. Don’t Pass It On

DontPassItOn provides free chlamydia and gonorrhea testing kits by post to UK citizens aged 16-24.

DontPassItOn.co.uk

85. ASHA Sexual Health

Sexual health advice and resources for those based in the US.

ASHASexualHealth.org

Top Useful Websites for Shopping & Selling

86. Ebay

Well-established consumer-to-consumer site Ebay allows you to buy, sell or auction off almost anything, including clothing, electronic devices and antiques. It could come in handy if your student budget needs a boost, or if you want to find some bargains.

Ebay.com

87. The Book Pond

The Book Pond allows you to sell your old academic textbooks or buy the ones you need from other students who are ready to pass them on.

TheBookPond.com

88. Amazon

Amazon sells everything under the sun, including books, e-books and textbooks you may need for your program. However, its critics say it’s damaging to independent bookstores, so you may want to consider using your local store instead of always shopping online.

Amazon.com

89. Gumtree

Gumtree advertises jobs, second-hand goods, properties and services for people around the UK. If you’re a student in the UK, it can be a good place to search for part-time job opportunities, look for accommodation, sell things you don’t need any more, or even swap goods or skills.

Gumtree.com

90. Craigslist

The global version of Gumtree, Craigslist is big in the US and has many city/area divisions, so you can find listings close to you.

Craigslist.com

91. Freecycle

This online platform allows you to give away your unwanted things or get your hands on what other people are giving away. Handy for furniture and general bric-a-brac.

Freecycle.org

Top Useful Websites for Money-Saving

92. Groupon

Groupon offers daily deals on things such as spa days, fancy restaurants and city breaks. It’s not exactly the place to go to for the essentials of student life, but it’s a good way to treat yourself at the end of a stressful exam period, perhaps.

Groupon.com

93. Money Saving Expert

MoneySavingExpert has advice on everything from cheap flights to the best bank interest rates, helping your student budget stretch further.

MoneySavingExpert.com

94. Mint

Free to use, Mint can help you organize your finances and track your spending.

Mint.com

95. My Voucher Codes

MyVoucherCodes offers vouchers and discounts for a huge number of retail stores and restaurants within the UK. If you’re in the US, RetailMeNot is the place to go.

MyVoucherCodes.co.uk

96. UniDays.com

Just one of many student websites offering discounts, UniDays lists thousands of student discounts and offers around the globe. It’s free to join and also available as an app.

97. Honey

Honey is a really smart idea that’s worth investigating. It works as a browser extension, which you add to your browser of choice (Chrome, Firefox, etc).

Joinhoney.com

98. Parkopedia

If you’re heading out on a trip somewhere, working out where you’re going to park is always an important consideration.

The last thing you want to do is shell out for an expensive parking space, when you could park for free just down the road.

Parkopedia.com

99. PriceRunner

Shopping around is always a smart tactic, no matter what you’re looking to buy. Comparing retailers means you can find the best possible price.

Going between the websites of each individual retailer will take a while, which is why it’s a good idea to use a shopping comparison site.

pricerunner.com

100. Skyscanner

It’s been a difficult couple of years when it comes to foreign travel, which has only added to the value offered by Skyscanner.

The site allows you to swiftly compare deals across flights, hotels and even car hire packages, helping you put together an affordable trip in no time.

Skyscanner.com

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