There are a wide variety of subjects available to study online including: math, science, computing, languages, business, art and design, engineering and many more academic subjects. On top of that you have some online educators offering hobby courses, opportunities to learn new skills and to develop your own interests from researching your family tree to brewing beer, making crafts and finding out about particular topics for example: astronomy, cooking or game creation.
Some online educators offer their courses for free and others charge a fee per course or to join their website and have access to a variety of the courses they offer. A mentor or tutor is usually assigned to the course and you can access their support to ask questions or gain clarification if you find something difficult to understand. You can study at any time and fit your work around other commitments whilst working in the comfort of your own familiar surroundings.
Revised January 17th, 2016
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Online education is a way to study wherever you like without the need to attend a class at a particular location at a certain time. Since 1986, online learning has gained momentum and although it has struggled to establish its reputation, it is fast becoming one of the most popular methods for learning.