Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Flipboard 0 One of the best things about the web is the pure volume of quality opportunities a digital savant can find. If you are self-motivated and want to learn how to do just about anything, you take to the web and start learning from your peers who have forged the way. Free and low-cost online learning options make it literally as easy as watching a video to learn new skills, the history of everything and more information than you or I can process about anything you could possibly want to know. To narrow it down, if you’re looking for some learning opportunities online, here are a few of my favorites. The best sites for continuing education online: AdWords Certification If you touch PPC campaigns at all, Google does a pretty good job of giving you the resources you need to get trained in the AdWords and Doubleclick platforms. It’s a good place to learn if you’re not familiar with SEM. Aquent Gymnasium Aquent Gymnasium has one class available online right now — Coding for Designers — and two scheduled, upcoming classes — Responsive Web Design and jQuery Techniques — on the roster. I’m enrolled in their first class and plugging away — so far, it’s been really valuable — if you’re a designer who wants to design better for web, this is a must. Coursera Coursera connects students online to free courses provided by some of the top universities worldwide. A couple of courses to check out and enroll for now: Competitive Strategy from Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München Social Psychology from Wesleyan University Foundations of Business Strategy from University of Virginia General Assembly General Assembly wants to turn thinkers into creators and their online course offerings are growing considerably fast. If you’re in Los Angeles, you can take courses in person, but for the majority of people, their online offerings have really valuable perspective. A couple of online courses to check out — (available with membership): How to Get a Job as a UX Designer Introduction to Data Science Content Marketing for New Marketers: Community Management Strategies Hubspot Academy If you’re not 100% up-to-speed on the latest in content marketing, Hubspot Academy is the place to learn. You can get certified as an inbound marketing professional through the process as well (for free). Lynda You’ve probably already heard of Lynda.com, but just in case you haven’t, for $25/month, you can access more than 2,000 classes online where you can learn how to improve your skills in a ton of areas — from design and web to video and photography. A couple of gems for you to check out and consider: Running a Design Business: Starting Small Foundations of UX: Usability Testing Blogging for Your Business More great sites for online learning: Skillshare Codecademy Code School P2PU If I’ve missed any of your favorites, shoot me a note or leave a comment. Twitter Tweet Facebook Share Email This article was written for Business 2 Community by Kane Pepi.Learn how to publish your content on B2C Author: Kane Pepi Kane Pepi is an experienced financial and cryptocurrency writer with over 2,000+ published articles, guides, and market insights in the public domain. Expert niche subjects include asset valuation and analysis, portfolio management, and the prevention of financial crime. Kane is particularly skilled in explaining complex financial topics in a user-friendlyView full profile ›More by this author:VoIP Basics: Everything Beginners Should Know!Bitcoin Investment, Trading & Mining: The Ultimate Guide for BeginnersIs This a Better Way to Set Your 2020 Goals and Resolutions?