5 Useful Websites for Students to Learn Online

Internet has become a source for students to get knowledge online. Nowadays, many students prefer online learning as a better alternative because they can easily focus on things they want to learn without any distractions. Even those who attend schools and universities use internet as a source of learning by checking lecture videos and notes uploaded on different websites.

Today, we gathered a list of websites which can help students learn online.



Babbel is an online learning tool which helps student learn new languages online and connect with people from different cultures all over the world. The comprehensive learning system combines effective education methods with state-of-the-art technology. Interactive online courses will improve your grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation skills in no time.

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Dynamic Periodic Table

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If you are a chemistry student, then this website is very useful for you. The website shows all the elements of periodic table and gives summary of each element. Just click on the element you want to know about and it will show you all information about it.

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Mathaway is an online mathematics problem solver. Just type the mathematic equation in which you are having problem and hit the Answer button. It will show you step-by-step solution for that problem.

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MyHappyPlanet is an excellent online tool for those who want to learn different languages. With MyHappyPlanet, you can learn and practice foreign languages with a native speaker, learn more about other cultures and make friends all over the world.

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wePapers is an excellent source for students to expand their knowledge for free. With wePapers, you can check documents uploaded by other users and share your documents online so that others can learn from you.

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If you know any other educational website, please share with us.

4 thoughts on “5 Useful Websites for Students to Learn Online”

  1. First of all, I must say A much needed article for students like me who bunk the school most of the time. 😛
    But I think a way should be paved for WolfRamAlpha and also Wikipedia. 😀

  2. Thanks for mentioning us, Hammad! We’re honored to be included.
    And I totally agree with Amit – w3schools.com is an incredible site.

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