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Free Online Courses Allversity

Rating:
2/5,
  • Best for:
    Young adults primarily in developing countries
    Subjects:
    Maths, science, history, agriculture, arts, business, health, life skills, natural world, professional development, rights & society, technology
    Type of learning:
    Academic & skill-based
    Course type:
    Free self-paced online courses
    Languages:
    English
    Certification:
    No
    Learning pathways:
    No
    Mobile Apps:
    No
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    Due to some funding problems Allversity have now had to shut down their web application, but the learning materials live on!

    The learning materials have been repackaged into downloadable packets that you can access on a Dropbox folder. The materials cover topics in practical subjects like health, agriculture, entrepreneurship, life skills, and human rights. Allversity’s aim is to reach young people particularly in developing countries and enable them to acquire the essential skills and knowledge to improve their lives and communities.


    Tools & Features
    • 11 core topics
    • Downloadable text-based lessons
    • Some Allversity course videos available on YouTube
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Recent Reviews

  1. Carolyn
    2/5,
    "Free learning materials for young adults in develo"
    Number of courses:
    1/5,
    Partner Institutions:
    3/5,
    Course format:
    2/5,
    Materials:
    2/5,
    Instruction:
    3/5,
    Assessment:
    1/5,
    Accreditation:
    1/5,
    Social tools & features:
    1/5,
    Pros - Free online courses specifically for a 3rd world audience
    Practical, skill-based lessons to improve living standards
    Cons - Limited number of courses
    No assessment or certification
    Courses only available in English
    Allversity offers learning materials for young adults in developing countries to improve their standard of living through learning.

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