Reviews of courses, software and apps
There are many online resources to help you master specific skills. Below is a selection of reviews of great resources to help you develop general skills. With highlights, pros, and cons.
Khan Academy is a 501(c)(3) non-profit educational organization. It helps educate young students and adults from all over the world. For free. What's worth it? Here is the review.
A review of Ultrakey Online and School editions. Improve keyboarding skills.
Mavis Beacon Teaches Typing is a tutor designed to teach people how to type faster on the keyboard. Ideal for children and students.
Spreeder is a cloud based RSVP eReader to read digital content fast, learn to read faster and improve comprehension. Here's our Spreeder review.
Typesy is a cloud based tutor to learn touch typing techniques, increase speed, improve accuracy and reduce RSI. What is it worth? A review.
KAZ Typing is an award-winning touch typing course for adults, families, and organizations alike. Learn the typing keyboard from A to Z in 90 minutes. A review.
Become A Learning Machine 2.0 is a popular Udemy course that will teach you the steps to read more than 300 books a year.
Rev it Up Reading is a popular 5-hour class to enhance your reading speed, comprehension, concentration, retention. For professionals, students, leisure. A review.
Become a SuperLearner is a Udemy course to improve reading speed and memory, and to retain and recall information effectively. Learn more. A review.
CreativeLive is a popular online learning platform to advance your skills in photography, design, music, crafts or business and money. I discuss the highlights, pros and cons in my CreativeLive review.
LinkedIn Learning aims to develop and advance professional skills. Read our LinkedIn Learning review to see if this provider can fulfill your educational needs and help reach your goals.
edX is a recognized provider of university education online. Read our edX review to see which program might suit you and learn about pros and cons.
Pluralsight provides online classes that teach technological skills. In our Pluralsight review, we discuss the platform’s key aspects, features, pros and cons.
Udemy is one of the most popular and largest platforms for online teaching and learning. What is Udemy? How to best use it for your online learning? A review.
Coursera is a well recognized eLearning provider and offers access to online education from top universities. It's free to join. A brief Coursera review.
Skillshare is a popular eLearning provider to help you develop your creative skillset. Is it worth it? Find out in our Skillshare review.
If you plan to land a job in Business, AI or Data Science, Udacity is one of the most recognized eLearning platforms to get the latest tech skills. A Udacity Review.
Nuance Dragon software offers professional tools that convert voice to text. Can it increase your productivity? Read our review here.
Learn to read faster with Iris Reading. A review and guide to their online and in-Person speed reading classes.