The internet is a vast ocean of information, bubbling with wealth load of contents. Ever since its birth, thousands of websites have stormed the arena of knowledge and offer free educational treasures.
As the saying goes, so many books, so little time, netizens are now close to say, so many sites, so little time. But fret not, as in this article, NewsToday brings out a list of sites to consider who share exciting contents that consume very little amount of your time.
Khan Academy is a non-profit educational organization with the goal of creating a set of online tools that help educate students. The organization produces short video lessons. The website also includes supplementary practice exercises and other teaching materials. The videos cover a wide range of school grade syllabus which is sure to help students.
Run by the same group who conduct talk shows where speakers share ‘ideas worth spreading’, TED-Ed’s mission likewise is to spark and celebrate the ideas of teachers and students across the globe. Their website offers a growing tress of original animated videos, exploring a wide range of topics. It also aims to provide an international platform for teachers to create their own interactive lessons.
If you are someone who loves watching documentary videos about the latest news that blares across every newspaper and TV channels, then you can’t afford to miss Vox. They are a new online media site who bring out interesting explanatory videos that are shot with quirky directions and editing, vibrant vector graphics and gripping background music. The team cover topics from ‘politics and policy, business and pop culture, food, science, and everything else that matters’.
As the name suggests, crash course is a YouTube channel that literally offers viewers a crash course on varied topics. The animated videos are fun to watch and the way they explain a deeply ‘brain dazing concept’ in a simple manner leaves you to ask for more.
Over the years, the team has launched videos related to history, politics, science and many more. Its also useful for someone who is completely clueless about a topic, say for example. how engineering really began.