I decided to look at the top 20 courses in the 2018 edition of the CMAB’s best courses in web design, based on their total number of students and their number of total credits.
I then divided the total number in each category by the total credits to arrive at the number of courses.
I took the average grade for each course, using the best-scoring courses as a benchmark.
I also added a rating to each course based on the average score it received from its students.
The CMABS does not have a grading system for online courses, so this grading system is only for the top courses.
If you’re not sure what the CMCSS grading system looks like, you can download it here.
I’ve also included links to each of the courses’ websites in case you want to know more about their content and what they offer.
The top 20 Best Courses in 2018 CMABs Best Course 1.
Udacity: The Coursera-style MOOC Udacity aims to democratise education through open-source technology.
There are a variety of online courses offered by Udacity in addition to its own courses.
There’s a number of free and paid Udacity courses, with each offering different courses.
Some courses are offered by third-party companies such as Udacity, and others are hosted on the university’s own servers.
The course at the centre of this post, Udacity’s Learn to Code, offers up to six weeks of coding tutoring and other coursework.
There is a free version of Learn to Go, but I’d recommend that anyone considering taking a course at Udacity be careful about the pricing and whether it’s worth the money.
Udacious is a registered charity and has been recognised by the Charity Commission of Canada.
You can also read my thoughts on Udacity and its courses here.
Courserah: Courserahs is the best free MOOC online course on the web.
It has the widest variety of content and the best customer service.
Coursserah is the result of a collaboration between Microsoft Research, Microsoft’s Visual Studio team and the Courserai community.
It’s a hybrid of a lecture-based MOOC (Massively Multiplayer Online Course) and a full-on online course.
It aims to teach students a new programming language, Java.
Coursers are free to sign up, but if you need help getting started, you’ll need to pay a monthly fee.
Learn to Build: Learn to build is a great free MOON course on Udemy.
It offers upto 10 hours of lessons and an interactive project, plus the ability to practice your skills in the course itself.
You’ll need an iPad or iPhone to take the course, and it’s free to take.
The free version includes the same lessons as the full-priced version, but there are also additional lessons for those who want to pay.
The Udemy website also has a guide to getting started with Learn to Builder.
Udemy Learn to Create: This course is free to download.
You get four hours of tutorials, two to five projects and a certificate.
Udya is a software developer, and you’ll get access to an open-sourced version of the course.
Udx: Udx is a MOOC for developers.
It uses a series of interactive modules to teach you how to create interactive experiences using web technologies.
Udxa is a charity, and there are no courses offered on Udx.
You should be able to use Udx in a few weeks, but it’s not a free alternative.
Coursey is a group of teachers that has worked together to create a web-based, online course for those looking to learn how the web works.
The courses are free.
UdStack: UdStack is a web programming course that lets you take courses from multiple sites and integrate them into a single course.
You have to register for the course on your own website, and then you’ll be prompted to sign into your Udemy account.
The process of registering for UdStack takes some time, and if you want access to the course you’ll have to pay the monthly fee (the fee is $8.95 per month).
UdTutor: UdTutors courses are a combination of online classes and online tutors.
They offer a mix of free, paid, and in-person tutoring, and they offer a variety in both online and in person classes.
The Courthouse Courthouse is a new MOOC platform launched in 2018 by the University of Toronto.
It focuses on the area of web development, but they also have courses in other areas such as design, programming, architecture, music and more.
The main difference is that Courthouse has a paid