• Linda Joy
      what do you like to learn online?
  • sornetirnes
  • Yes, I've learned quite a bit online, mainly about chemistry. I've also lightly explored some math and physics topics that I didn't study in college.
  • I haven't done much "online learning" beyond mandatory work related courses but I have learnt many new things or facts from the internet. Some of it has been useful & practical, some of it less so but interesting & possibly useful in future quizes! I believe we should all be able to learn new things & it doesn't matter where we learn them or who we learn them from.
  • Yes, I just followed a youtube video on how to make blackjack in the python programming language today.
  • I teach online these days, but not for much longer, I hope. Yes, I've learned a fair amount online, outside of my own field, but frankly, no online site is as good as a serious, scholarly book written by an expert. And newspaper articles in reputable papers are better than the often much shorter, less detailed artlcles on any subject that you see online.
  • Yes, I do! Online classes are fine too. If anyone is wondering what skills you need to be a successful online student, here's some info for you: The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the educational system forever. Personally, I think it's for the better.
  • I was taking advantage of some free online courses some years ago, but at my age, knowing I'll never use that knowledge for anything, I resigned myself to just researching for my own interests.
  • I hate online testing but I like to learn online.
  • I use the internet as one source of learning, yes.
  • IDK online learning.
  • yes heaps if I want to know how something works the internet knows. Ive looked up heaps of wiring diagrams on the net. In the 90's If I didn't have a diagram and didn't know the system I had to go driving to find the wiring diagram. If I don't know 100% how something works I can't leave it and assume its safe I don't guess.
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  • I usually learn best by seeing things with my own eyes because I’m a visual learner rather than reading. I can learn from watching a video on YouTube and that is the only way for me to learn online.
  • I try to learn everywhere. The problem is much of what I come across is not worth learning.

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