9 Best Online Educational Resources for Teachers and Students

September 24, 2015 1:36 pm Last Updated: September 24, 2015 1:36 pm

Teachers and books aren’t the only sources for gaining knowledge nowadays. Modern educational systems are getting highly beneficial resources online.

The following educational websites are renowned for their quantity in resources and quality in maintaining reliable resources. 

The eLearning Coach

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(Screenshot/www.theelearningcoach.com)

This website provides optimal services for those who are new to online education and need guidance. Tips from various experts will help learners maneuver through resources, understand the strategies of websites, recognize valid content, and implement selected resources effectively.

Plagtracker

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(Screenshot/www.plagtracker.com)

This website—through tips, guides, tutorials, and videos—aims to develop awareness of copyright issues involved when copy-pasting material from the Internet.

Cirriculum Bits

(Screenshot/www.curriculumbits.com)
(Screenshot/www.curriculumbits.com)

This website offers access to many interactive e-learning resources for free. Everything can be accessed through a formal registration. There are many quizzes, games, videos, et cetera in its resource library, which can come in handy for both teachers and learners alike.

iBerry

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(Screenshot/iberry.com)

The main aim of this website is to provide higher education for all. Many features, such as its news aggregation, learner support, and open coursework help everyone reap the benefits of knowledge illuminated in higher education.

GCF Learn Free

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(Screenshot/www.gcflearnfree.org)

This website runs on donations and provides free online lessons in many subjects for over 17 million people across the globe. The vastness of topics dealt with is beyond reproach. More than 750 free lessons are available.

ACAS

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(Screenshot/www.acas.org.uk)

This website is an impeccable e-learning resource for those who want to gain some insight on their working skills and how improvements can be made. It explores crucial and complex areas of education for the workplace, providing case studies, practical applications, tests, and more.

Merlot Educational Resources

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(Screenshot/www.merlot.org)

Merlot offers a huge and high-grade collection of content which is free to access for anyone who joins the community. In addition, personal interaction with the community is encouraged. 

Zotero

(Screenshot/www.zotero.org)
(Screenshot/www.zotero.org)

This website is suitable for students at higher levels who have need of storing assignments, theses, et cetera., in a proper manner for future submission. In addition, the website fascinatingly provides links to the related content whenever you are writing on your computer by an automated sensing mechanism. This ensures that everything is stored and nothing relevant is missed.

Trello

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(Screenshot/Trello.com)

Organizing several tasks is important for teachers and students. This tool makes sure everything is coordinated and provides required notifications for tasks ahead.

Kelly Marone is a freelance writer with a special interesting in traveling and employment-related topics.