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Online Learning Resources

Here are some helpful study resources you can access from home.

Study Support

Free Short Courses
Enrol in a FREE distance learning course from the comfort of your own home. We offer a range of teacher-led online classes, giving you the same high-level support that you’d get in person – but online – in partnership with our sister colleges, the College of Haringey, Enfield and North East London and City and Islington College.

Brush up on your subjects
Improve your subject knowledge before you enrol with us, check out the free resources on Seneca to get a quick boost!

Future Learn
Choose from hundreds of free online courses set up in partnership with top universities and specialist organisations on Future Learn

Ted Ed
Watch educational videos on all sorts of topics from health, social science, Literature and Language and Science and Technology to name a few through Ted Ed

Learn a new skill

Try your hand at simple programming
Have a go at computer programming with these simple games, which are fun and free –

Try your hand at some culinary skills
Got a spare potato at home?  Why not try your hand at some culinary skills and make some healthy crisps at the same time? Masterchef star John Tarode has revealed the amazing way you can use potato peelings during lockdown to make some tasty crisps.

Virtual Tours

With today’s technology, you can now visit the world from the comfort of your own home. Here are just a few places to visit ( while staying indoors).

Explore NASA
If you have ever wanted to tour NASA’s Virginia’s Langley Research Center and Ohio’s Glenn Research Center, now is your chance!

Sadler’s Wells Digital Stage
Sadler’s Wells presents a programme of full-length dance performances and workshops online, to keep you entertained and connected through dance

Theatre Goers
For the theatre lovers amongst you, you can view performances or shows online. Have a look at some of the shows that are streaming performances soon and how to see them through Whats on Stage.

National Gallery
If you have always wanted to see some art but never had the time, The National Gallery houses some of the greatest collections in the world.  While the gallery might be closed for the public to visit, you can still go on a virtual tour of some of the exhibitions.

Travel to Machu Picchu (virtually)
Visit Peru and the 15th-century Inca citadel, one of the New Seven Wonders of the World and a UNESCO World Heritage site online

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