National Online Learning Day is dedicated to making the online learning system available to everyone. It is celebrated on September 15th. The development of the Internet has changed the perception of many familiar things. Educational materials appeared on many Internet resources: free videos, public lectures, or special courses. Now everyone can acquire new professional skills without even leaving home.
The annual celebration of National Online Learning Day was launched in 2016. The history of the emergence of online learning itself begins much earlier.
The spread of the Internet occurred at the end of the 20th century, and at the same time, an online learning system began to develop. In 1994, the first Compu High School began its work, which worked with its students online.
Every year more and more training sites appeared, and specialists and teachers began to create paid courses that allowed students to master a particular profession. The use of webcams and the functionality of modern sites made it possible to make online learning not only accessible but also convenient.
By 2015, according to statistics, 6 million schoolchildren and students participated in at least one online training course.
- IT-specialties are in the greatest demand in the modern world. About 60% of people learn programming from scratch using online courses.
- When applying for a job, having a certificate of completion of an online course in the relevant specialty makes you a more attractive candidate for an employer.
How to take part
Register today for an online course and start learning new skills. Post on the web and tell others about your experience in online learning and attract more people to this holiday.
If you are a student yourself and often use online learning opportunities, then communicate with other students through Brainly. This is a large platform where students share their thoughts and achievements, and join groups to conduct research.
When is National Online Learning Day celebrated in 2023?
National Online Learning Day is observed on September 15 each year.