Being locked up in your home all day due to the current COVID-19 quarantine situation you might run out of things to keep yourself entertained. Luckily, a few websites have given access to their premium content so people can spend their time productively.
Here’s a list of 7 websites that are offering free premium amid the coronavirus lockdown!
JSTOR is the go-to stop for researchers and scholars to find content relevant to their field. Filled with books and publications of renowned scholars, JSTOR has made the access to its content without a login.
So, students taking online classes this is where you’ll get your secondary research done from.
2. Astral Tabletop
Astral tabletop offers building battle-maps and gaming experience of your own by adding scenery, weather, props and characters as you desire. Premium members get access to 12000+ assets and are updated regularly. And guess what? It’s free for the time being.
This website teaches coding through interactive, animated interface which is very user friendly and can be a great start for people who wish to learn computer language. It is offering students the access to their Pro account for free.
It is an E-book store which provides users with a library of 60 million documents to read. And if you’d been delaying that book store tour only to end up in quarantine this is your rescue. Scribd has gone free!
5. BrainPOP/BrainPOP Jr.
A group of websites with over a thousand educational videos for school going children. With worksheets, papers on the subjects of science, mathematics, English, Health, Arts here’s all animated attractive look while you gain knowledge.
EdHelper presents work plans, quizzes, road maps for students from Kindergarten to Intermediate.
Covering every imaginable topic, Skillshare includes courses on a large number of topics including technical subjects, business and entrepreneurship, programming, but also writing, painting, personal branding and other creative topics. Get your free two months subscription here!
Do you know of any other websites that have made their services free? Share in the comments below!