Some of the top e-learning courses offered online include edX, Coursera, MIT Open Courseware, Open Yale Courses and Carnegie Mellon University's Open Learning Initiative, states Best College Reviews. Best College Reviews lists 50 top e-learning sites and groups them into categories.
Many of these sites offer free courses, but others require payment or offer verified certification for a fee. The edX site offers free courses from top universities and colleges around the world, including MIT and Harvard. Coursera has free courses from universities from more than 20 countries. MIT Open Courseware has the content of 50 real MIT courses available online. Other top college and university e-learning courses offered online include Khan Academy, MIT Video and Stanford Online.
Top e-learning sites offering courses online in the field of IT and software development include Udacity, Apple Developer Site, Google Code, Code.org and Mozilla's developer network. Dave Conservatoire is a free online music school. Drawspace is an online site that has courses on how to draw, and the Justin Guitar site offers free guitar lessons. Codeacademy offers software programming courses, and Stanford Engineering Everywhere has engineering classes. HOW Design University has lessons on graphic design, while HTML Dog offers Web development tutorials. Scratch is a creative learning site for children offered by MIT. E-learning for kids has elementary school courses for children 5 to 12 years old.