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Memrise is a community of people helping other people. You can share your own knowledge or follow someone else’s course. It works through a mix of flashcard mems and prompters, whilst using the ‘Memrise Garden’ to help grow and water your memory till you learn something new. It can also send handy emails to remind you and by following other people you can unleash your competitive side if it’s in your nature! They support learning for a range of categories including languages, maths and science, entertainment, the natural world and general trivia.
Video tutorials can be a quick and easy way to learn and it is becoming an increasingly common method so why not take advantage now? If you find reading boring then this is definitely a good option for you.
The Monkeysee way is to search, watch and discover. It is a host site of professional videos which all aim to teach the viewer something new and boasts using experts only. They have over 11,000 videos specifically made to inform across a vast range of categories, from Auto & Mechanical to Travel.
Alternatively YouTube has a vast array of tutorials on their website and is particularly renowned for hair and beauty, music lessons and tips and tricks for online games.
If these sites don’t have the answers you are looking for then The BBC have a comprehensive help facility for anyone who wants to get back into learning. Have a look at it at http://www.bbc.co.uk/learning/adults/. For an extensive archive of learning features.