Udemy

As the largest online learning provider, offers over 150,000 courses in 65 languages. While students can take a variety of free courses, many MOOCs require a fee. By paying for premium content, users also gain access to features like direct messaging, Q&A, and certificates of completion. Topics cover 11 broad categories, including office productivity, health and fitness, and photography. Students can also complete finance and accounting classes, learning the key elements of Bitcoin and blockchain or developing global market analysis skills. Additionally, Udemy provides personal development content that enables users to manage stress, improve their self-esteem, and cultivate meaningful relationships. The sheer variety of MOOCs allow you to use these courses to supplement a college education or gain entirely new skills and knowledge. MOOCs also benefit working professionals who want to learn specialized and technical competencies to advance their careers. Lastly, these online classes are a great tool to network with other learners and industry experts worldwide.

is an initiative by IBM to spread data literacy through free classes for students and experienced IT professionals alike. Users can pursue coursework at their own pace with no time restrictions for completion. These MOOCs cover individual topics like Python for data science, reactive architecture, and digital analytics and regression. Alternatively, learners can enroll in more general learning paths, taking a series of classes on broad subjects like deep learning and Scala programming. Cognitive Class goes beyond pre-recorded lectures, enabling students to practice what they learn through a virtual lab environment. In lieu of a certificate, candidates can earn verified digital badges, which reflect shareable and industry-wide forms of recognition.


E-Learning Platform for Autism- Ministry of Public Health

As part of the Qatar Vision 2030 and National Health Strategy 2022 The National Autism Plan vision for "individuals on the spectrum have the right ,now and in the future to receive the right care and support and to have the same opportunities as their peers, within a society that accepts them". The launch of the National Autism eLearning website which is one of its kind in the world developed by Ministry of Public Health in collaboration with its partners in the National Autism Plan .This website is developed to provide the parents and care givers with all the adequate recourses in guiding the education and development of a child or an adult on the autism spectrum.

SIRAJ YouTube

SIRAJ is 3D Edutainment Animated Series for Arabic language, developed by Qatar Foundation.


Qatar’s 1st Educational Channel

Qatar’s 2nd Educational Channel


Science360

Science360 is a wonderful app from the Science360 Knowledge Network and sponsored by the National Science Foundation. It provides the latest science videos from scientists, colleges and universities, science and engineering centers, the National Science Foundation, and more. The pictures, graphics, and videos are of a very high quality. All information is very well organized, easy to find, and easy to use.

YouTube Kids

YouTube Kids is an American kids video website developed by YouTube. The website provides a version of the service-oriented towards children, with curated selections of content, parental control features, and filtering of videos deemed inappropriate viewing by kids 12 and under.


Amazon Audible Stories

For as long as schools are closed, we're open. Starting today, kids everywhere can instantly stream an incredible collection of stories, including titles across six different languages, that will help them continue dreaming, learning, and just being kids. All stories are free to stream on your desktop, laptop, phone or tablet. Explore the collection, select a title and start listening.

Moodle

Moodle is an acronym for "Modular Object-Oriented Dynamic Learning Environment." It is a free and open-source learning management system written in PHP and distributed under the GNU General Public License