Educational Websites for an Accelerated Learning Program

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Accelerated learning can now be achieved at home using online website services, most of which are free!  Create your own accelerated learning program targeting specific category and skill goals.  Are you studying for very broad CLEP or advancement tests?  Studying to increase your employ-ability?  Possibly you are simply looking to expand your general knowledge to beat your friends in Jeopardy?

The following website list will help guide you through the plethora of resources available online.  Choose and commit to an accelerated learning solution using your favorite choices.

  1. Khan Academy – A wonderful source of lessons on tons of college-level subjects.
  2. Quora – This questions and answers website uses the power of the crowd to source all of its content.  I’ve learned more in a few Quora questions than college-level classes.  The writers community has some of the most intelligent minds that I have ever encountered on the internet.
  3. Udacity
  4. Luminosity
  5. Scientific America
  6. TEDtalks
  7. Wired
  8. Academic Earth
  9. MIT OpenCourseWare
  10. Open Culture – Categorized courses from online universities

 

With my personal knowledge growth, I like to use the rule of 30, as in if you do something for 30 days it becomes a habit.  So, if you commit to an extensive regime of learning daily for 1 hour, and complete that 30 day mark, then accelerated learning will be easy by then!

About the Author:

Justin Murray is CEO of KickinKnowledge, Web Developer, Designer, Marketing Jack of all Trades. Specializing in SEO Consulting and Ecommerce Consulting.

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