By Hannah Warne • December 06, 2017
Technology evolves so quickly, that sometimes it’s hard to keep up with the pace. Every day, there is a new app, new technology or a new way of doing things that can help you be more efficient and effective in both your personal and professional lives. So the question becomes: How can you even keep up? And the answer is even simpler: with Udemy.
An online marketplace for learning and online courses, Udemy has a library of over 50,000 classes—all taught by experts in their fields. Whether trying to learn to code, understand Photoshop or master photography, Udemy has a range of courses that will help you become well versed in a diverse range of topics and subjects.
Developed by the teachers themselves, these coursed contain PowerPoint presentations, live classes and other tools to create a dynamic and immersive class to ensure that you learn as much as you can. Using online discussion boards, teachers can engage and teach students easily and share their expertise and knowledge with the Udemy community. Offered at a range of prices, with many free classes as well, Udemy’s library of courses are created to guarantee that you are engaged, interested and learning as much as possible.
One category that is sure to make you more marketable in the workplace, no matter your discipline, is Udemy’s marketing and digital marketing offerings. Offering a range of courses like Facebook Ads for E-Commerce or Beginner to Pro in Excel, these classes cover programs that are essential in the business world.
Also available and essential to business are classes in IT, leadership, learning strategies and personal productivity. All of these, though applicable also in your personal life, will undoubtedly help you succeed in the workplace. A course like Modern Productivity – Superhuman Focus in a Distracted World or Leading Effective Meetings, will help you to better yourself overall—and you’re sure to see results in the workplace.
Hannah Warne Hannah is a Pittsburgh native who has called New York City home for the past three years. A copywriter by day, she is also a freelance writer, blogger and social media addict.