Sure, smartphones and smartphone apps can waste our time and bring out the worst in people, but they can most definitely also be a force for good: They can educate, inform, and inspire. With that in mind we’ve put together a list of our favorite apps that can teach you something new every day, in small, easily digestible chunks.
Promising to make you smarter with just five minutes each day, this app (like the website of the same name) is packed with a wealth of interesting facts and trivia—from biological oddities, to weird and wonderful places, to the history behind our cultural customs.
Everything in the Curiosity app is presented neatly and cleanly, with a nice mix of text, images, and videos to keep you engaged during your lunch break or a spare five minutes at the subway stop. If you want to, you can pay a subscription fee to remove the ads.
- Curiosity (freemium) for Android and iOS
As your burgeoning read-it-later list might attest to, there’s never enough time in the day to read everything you want to read. Blinkist tries to solve the problem by boiling down well-known non-fiction works into summaries you can get through in just 15 minutes.
A few of the features we like about Blinkist are the way it can offer up personalized recommendations based on what you’re interested in, and the option to read out text if you don’t want to read it, and the rather fetching interface that the app uses throughout.
- Blinklist (freemium) for Android and iOS
3) Trivia Crack
As the name gives away, Trivia Crack tests you on all sorts of trivia—and if you don’t like this app there are dozens more like it on the app stores, so have a dig around. If you want to ace the next trivia night you get invited to, then fire this up as a tester on a daily basis.
The app is colorful and fun and manages to get the learning curve of easy to difficult questions just about right as you make progress. The variety of questions is impressive too: It’s still the usual categories, but the questions feel fresh and well-researched.
- Trivia Crack (freemium) for Android and iOS
You need to have an instrument and some modicum of musical talent for this one, and somewhere you can sit and play while watching a video—but if you fit all of those criteria, then Yousician is a great way to learn new tunes on your piano, guitar, bass, or ukulele.
The app caters to every level of ability, the videos are intuitive and accessible, and you can go at your own pace, so you don’t feel hurried or pressured. With access to your microphone, the app can give you feedback on your playing to improve your performance.
- Yousician (freemium) for Android and iOS
Drop a little cultural learning into your life with DailyArt, which has a rather dry and functional name but which is well worth exploring. Every day you get a classic, modern, or contemporary art piece, together with a short explanation of the story behind it.
Everything inside the app is well done, from the way the artwork is presented, to the quality of the short blurbs. If you pay the one-off unlock fee, you can also dive into the archive of more than 1,600 works as well as opening up the app’s daily art pick.
- DailyArt (freemium) for Android and iOS
6) Health IQ
We could all do with knowing a little bit more about leading healthy lives and the Health IQ app from the CDC is happy to oblige—you get a bunch of trivia questions which all have some educational purpose behind them, to help you and your family stay fit and well.
The app makes a token effort at gamification with points scores and ribbons, but really this is all about knowing stuff that matters: How much sun screen is needed to be safe from ultraviolet rays, how many seconds to wash your hands for to kill off germs, and so on.
- Health IQ (free) for Android and iOS
Maybe you can’t learn and instrument or another language in five minutes a day but you can certainly learn a new word to add to your vocabulary, and the Dictionary.com app will help you right along. Each new day brings along with it a new word and its definition.
There’s much more to the Dictionary.com app of course: You can look up definitions for words you don’t understand, learn the history behind certain words, test yourself with vocabulary quizzes, browse through quotes from famous figures, and plenty more besides.
- Dictionary.com (freemium) for Android and iOS
Like the best daily learning apps, Enki keeps everything brief and easily digestible, and pulls the old trick of keeping your daily streaks so you’re not tempted to miss a day. From mini games to more traditional exercises, it manages to stay fresh and varied as well.
- Enki (freemium) for Android and iOS
Our old friend Duolingo—an app we’ve mentioned before, but with good reason, because we haven’t found anything else that makes learning a language so simple with just a few minutes of practice a day. It’s intuitive, it’s friendly, and most features are offered for free.
There is a case to be made that Duolingo’s exercises aren’t enough to get you truly fluent in a language, but they can get you an awful long way down that road. For snappy lessons that are actually fun to work through (and keep track of), Duolingo is difficult to beat.
Learning something new every day is one of the top ways to keep the mind sharp. The brain is like a muscle and needs to be exercised frequently to stay in tip-top shape. Discovering a new skill, language, craft, or instrument is a great way to put your mind to work. The problem most people run into is feeling like you have too much going on to even to start to think about signing up for a class. You can no longer use that excuse in this digital age! There are many different websites and apps where you can learn something new while enjoying a quick coffee break at work.
Take a look at the sites below where you’ll be able to learn something new every day.
Course Offering Sites
If you never took a philosophy class or have always been wanting to, you can now do so from the comfort of your own home. You will find more than video lectures online. These websites will assign you homework and you’ll have access to the instructor via email. All of these sites are a great resource if you are looking to advance in your career or looking to change careers altogether.
Coursera : Affordable online courses from the world’s top universities. Get a degree in data science, computer science, business and more.
Udemy : Similar to Coursera, but less formal and is not associated with any university in particular. You can learn topics to excel in your career taught by top experts in the field.
Linkedin Learning : LinkedIn Learning teaches business topics like career development, leadership, marketing, and tools to help you become a better employee or boss.
Codecademy : Learn to code for web development, computer programming, or data science. Practice and submit your work to their community of coaches and learn how to code in no time.
OpenLearn : Brush up on your skills and take a course with OpenLearn. They have courses on every topic you can think of and best of all you have access to everything for free.
Learn a New Language
Are you looking to learn a new language? Whether it is to expand your business, or get ready for a trip to another country, learning a language has never been more accessible. You can hop online for ten minutes a day and learn a new phrase in Portuguese and then the next day learn the same sentence in French.
Babbel : Babbel is an interactive platform that teaches you new languages in relatable contexts so you can remember words easier.
Busuu : Join a community of those learning a new language! Get feedback and personalized plans to help get you to become a fluent speaker in another language.
Memrise : Expand your vocabulary with Memrise, a language teaching app where you can learn on the go.
Duolingo : Duolingo is free and makes learning a new language fun. The platform is less formal and uses games versus flashcards to teach you.
HelloTalk : Learn a language by chatting with native speakers around the world.
Learn a New Craft or Hobby
Even the busiest people have time to enjoy something completely unrelated to their career. Learn how to draw, sew, or even become a rockstar with these websites.
Drawspace : All the fundamentals for learning how to draw beautiful and intricate images.
Cooksmarts : Get the basic cooking skills everyone needs to be an excellent chef.
Blueprint : Previously Craftsy, Blueprint has project kits and instructors to teach you how to sew, quilt, dance and more!
Yousician : Learn how to play guitar, bass, piano, the ukulele, or even how to sing. You can get real-time feedback and teacher-crafted lessons to get you to become the musician you’ve always dreamed of being.
DoYogaWithMe : Take a 5-minute break in your workday and get a good stretch in!
Learn to Learn
General info sites are also a great resource to keep in your back pocket. Rather than browsing social media while in line at the grocery store, head on over to these sites. They have everything from topics like “the secret to giving day old french fries a second life” to “how to remove screws with stripped heads.” Take a look for yourself!
Wikihow : Learn from others how to do anything! Wikihow is a worldwide collaboration site with articles written by users explaining step-by-step ways about going a task.
Big Think : Big Think is another site that has articles, videos, and podcasts that teaches lessons by experts in the field.
Zidbits : Learn something new every day and explore the fascinating articles Zidbits has to offer. Their articles answer questions you never thought to ask!
TedTalks : TED’s website has videos from leading experts that are motivational, interesting, and worth spending 10 to 20 minutes a day watching.
Wonder How To : Learn lifehacks you can use in your everyday life with Wonder How To.
Challenge yourself to find time to learn something new each day! With all of these websites available, you’ll be sure to find your next favorite activity or a skill that will help you excel in your career.
Regardless of what industry you’re in (or want to be in), things change on a near-daily basis and you will want to learn something new every day in order to advance.
Whether it’s new knowledge or learning a better process for getting something done, it’s important to stay current to be competitive in today’s tough job market. If knowledge truly is power, then you should do your best to learn something new every day. It doesn’t have to be hard, or boring. And it definitely doesn’t have to take up a lot of your precious free time.
Here are several different high-level ideas to learn something new every day, for any person in any industry!
A quick Google search for “Best Books for [your job role/industry]” will likely lead to lists of great suggestions for what to read next. Many industry thought leaders curate lists of books they’ve read and approve of, if you’re specifically looking to follow in the footsteps of someone you look up to.
Most people will claim that they don’t have the time to read, but consider fitting in 30 minute (or so) chunks of time while on public transit, during lunch, or before bed. You’ll painlessly complete a book before you know it! And if you’re trying to keep yourself honest, sign up for a reading challenge on Goodreads. Using this platform will help you set reading goals and track your progress!
If you drive to work, why not try audio books? They’ll take longer to complete, but make commuting time more productive.
A great way to stay up to date with industry best practices, or when trying to pick up a new skill, is by listening to relevant podcasts. Podcasts last anywhere from 10 minutes to an hour (and all variations in between), which makes them ideal for quick knowledge gain when you can fit them in. A couple ideas for podcast consumption:
- Walking the dog
- Taking a shower
- Grocery shopping
Again, look to industry thought leaders and colleagues for suggestions, then branch out from there! It’s not hard to learn something new every day when you’re strategic about fitting your learning into your daily life wherever it makes sense.
Another easy way to learn something new every day, in a limited amount of time, is to subscribe and read blog articles by companies you admire and industry thought leaders. There are so many skills to learn by reading guides written by people who have a lot of relevant experience.
As a productivity tip: don’t read blog articles as they’re emailed to you. Instead, set a certain time during the day for uninterrupted learning. There’s no reason why you can’t learn something new every day through blog posts – just be smart about it so you don’t neglect your other duties.
Have a free evening or weekend to devote to learning? It may be worth your time to check out an in-depth online course that will cover more than just the basics and new trends. Online courses are ideal for picking up new knowledge, and act as a foundation to build off of.
There are a few well-known websites and marketplaces to find online courses. Here are a few suggestions that can likely help regardless of your industry:
These websites charge either by each individual course, or offer unlimited access for a monthly subscription free. Some instructors are well known, others are new to teaching. Regardless of who you buy an online course from, do your research and seek out client testimonials!
Many accredited educational institutions are also offering their course material online, on websites like Coursera. You won’t get a certificate or degree (without taking tests and paying fees), but it’s a great way to learn something new without expensive tuition costs!
Sometimes the best knowledge is picked up from other people on the same level as you. Mastermind groups are a new trend in learning and collaboration, that connect like-minded people together. Most pick a certain day each week (or a few times a month) to collaborate online or in person. Besides sharing stories, there may be a specific topic that a group member presents on to help others gain new knowledge. Some are paid, others are free. Find something that makes sense for you in your quest to learn something new every day.
Conferences and Events
Another way to learn something new is by attending industry conferences and other related events. Besides staying up to date on trends, best practices, and cool stuff to learn, you’ll have the chance to meet other like-minded people and expand your network!
Whether you want to be a better employee, or you’re trying to find a job in a new industry, there are so many ways to learn something new every day. You can fit any or all of these suggestions in, based on your schedule and existing commitments.
How will you learn something new every day? Or what have you been doing already? Share your experience in the comments to help someone else on a journey to becoming a more knowledgeable person!
To be smart is great, but it doesn’t happen overnight. If you want to become smarter, you have to create habits that will groom your intelligence and nourish your mind.
Some people are born smart, but most smart people do daily rituals to maintain their smartness. Whether they do it in leadership, business, the arts, or a different field, they push and challenge themselves daily.
Here are 18 habits that can help you become your smartest self:
1. Question everything. Don’t assume anything or subscribe unthinkingly to the conventional wisdom. Keep your eyes and mind wide open. The greatest enemy of knowledge is not ignorance but the illusion of knowledge–and questioning and curiosity are the key to overcoming it.
2. Read as much as you can. Many years ago, I started the habit of reading a book a day, and the wealth of knowledge I accumulate every week is priceless. Make reading a habit–serious reading, not celebrity gossip and lists on the web. Even if it’s just part of a chapter each day, stick to your reading schedule and your intellect will be enriched.
3. Discover what motivates you. Find a topic that keeps you interested and dive in. It’s easier to stay engaged with a topic you find stimulating. Find a format that stimulates your mind, too, whether it’s a podcast or a newspaper. Feed your mind well with things it will enjoy.
4. Think of new ways to do old things. To be innovative means making creativity more important than the fear of being wrong. Even in the things you do every day, you can be inventive and experimental. When you take risks, make mistakes, and have fun instead of slogging through the same routine. You’ll have a daily reminder that imagination and creativity can change the world.
5. Hang out with people who are smarter than you. Smart people have interesting things to talk about. They know how to expand their mind and feed their brain, so spending time with them is good for you on multiple levels. Seek them out at work, in service organizations, and socially.
6. Remember that every expert was once a beginner. When you have an opportunity to learn something new, you become smarter. Make a point of continuously and consistently acquiring new skills, because life will never stop teaching if you’re willing to learn.
7. Make time to reflect. We’re all so distracted, it’s easy to dash from one thing to another without pausing to consider what it means. Make time to pause and reflect–reflection is an important part of the learning process.
8. Exercise your body. As you’re caring for your mind don’t neglect your body. Build discipline in doing what you need to do in terms of diet, exercise, and sleep.
9. Push yourself to become more productive. Being busy and being productive are two different things. The future you want is created by what you do. Smart people make the most of today.
10. Come up with new ideas daily. Carry a journal to jot down ideas when they come to you. Push yourself to be creative and to think in new ways. Review your ideas weekly and edit them as you go.
11. Do something that scares you. Facing your fears makes you braver, smarter, and better able to withstand what life throws at you. Sometimes the greatest rewards in life come from doing the things that scare you the most.
12. Replace TV with online learning. Devote your break time to something more productive than social media or binge watching TV. The internet is filled with awesome learning tools. It’s a small habit but a big win if you can nourish your brain and advance your career and life at the same time.
13. Be mindful of what you are absorbing. Everything you take part in is either uplifting or detrimental to your mind. It’s important to silence inner and outer negativity–once you do, you begin to play a role in shaping your mindsets and beliefs, which in turn guide your actions.
14. Read something you normally wouldn’t. Every day, look online and in other media for topics, interests, or other sources that fall off your usual path. When you do, you absorb wisdom you would never have been able to access otherwise.
15. Share what you know. Learning something new is important, but sharing that knowledge makes what you’ve learned actionable and meaningful.
16. Apply your new knowledge. There really is no point in learning something if it doesn’t make you smarter or inspire you to improve. The smartest people apply what they know not to become a person of success but rather to become a person of value.
17. Keep a journal. It turns out that journaling is an important way to become smarter. Taking a few minutes each day to reflect in writing has been shown to boost your brain power. Smart happens when you learn from your experiences.
18. Be selective. Intelligent people tend to have fewer friends than the average person–at least in part because the smarter you are, the more selective you become. Who you spend time with reflects who you are.
Start building smart habits today and see what happens to your thinking tomorrow.
Message from the CEO: Learn Something New Every Day
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They say you can learn something new every day…and you should!
As the CEO of the College I find that Adult Learner’s Week is a great occasion every Spring to celebrate the Philosophy of the College:
“We believe that participation in quality life-long learning is transformational”.
Why is this our philosophy? Because engaging in learning new skills and acquiring knowledge can help our students cope with the fast-changing world, transform careers and income prospects, and be a means to a more enriching and fulfilling life.
We do everything possible to keep our programs affordable and inclusive so that as many motivated students as possible can stay committed to setting and achieving their life-long learning goals.
There’s always something to learn – you need fresh knowledge and skills for work, for making the most of your interests and hobbies and to get a new perspective on your own ability to embrace and master a challenge.
Your skills for work – are they keeping pace?
Nothing stays still in the workplace – especially when so many aspects of our jobs depend on knowing how to use computers, phones, IT systems, software and apps that constantly improve. Our digital literacy programs help even the most nervous “low-tech” students start on their discovery of the incredible tools we can use to be more productive at work and more connected and informed in everyday life.
Is your brain working as hard as you are?
Research studies frequently find that continuing to learn as an adult does good things for our brains. Acquiring new knowledge and skills keeps brain cells working at optimum levels – important at any age but particularly as we get older. The best part is, the learning can come in many forms not just sitting in a classroom or with a text book.
Stay connected in your community
Whether it be an english conversation class, starting to learn a new dance style or finishing a certificate in business the many forms of adult education available at Macquarie Community College allow you to meet new people and connect with the ideas of today.
One of the best choices you can make if you want to start making new friends and stay in touch with the modern world is to enrol in a course that will keep you engaged, interested and connected with other keen learners that share your interests and might live nearby.
Achieve your personal goals – and enjoy it!
At Macquarie Community College our students make an active choice to participate in lifelong learning here because they enjoy it. And that’s no surprise, given that research has shown that lifelong learning can lead to an enriching, more self- fulfilled life. When we learn new things, open our minds and gain wisdom we play a part in making ourselves a better person and the world a better place.
Learn something new today
Have a look at the new Term 4 Catalogue or register for free digital literacy classes during our Get Online Week event.
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Learning is a continuous process and never ending phenomena. You might assume that once you are done with your schooling and college, you are done with it. However, if you look at most of the successful people throughout the globe, you’ll find that these people are curious to learn. They just like learning and they consider learning to be life-long practice. So, let’s inculcate the habit of learning something every day. With the amazing response from our readers on ‘the word of the day’, and ‘the idiom of the day’, we have decided to feature one more daily learning content on our site – Interesting facts: Learn new facts every day. Stay updated with new facts daily
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The First touch screen handset was manufactured by IBM called IBM Simon in the year 1992
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Did you know that the first tweet on twitter was tweeted by Jack Dorsey himself on March 21, 2006. Dorsey Tweeted, “just setting up my twttr.” twttr? Yes, it was twttr initially.
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Warren Buffet spends about 80 percent of the day reading newspapers and economic journals and magazines. When someone asked him for the secret of his success, he replied, “Read 500 pages like this every day. That’s how knowledge works. It builds up, like Compound Interest.”
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India is the second largest English speaking Nations over the globe with approximately 125 million speakers. The first largest English Speaking Nation without a doubt is the United States of America with 268 million English Speakers.
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Did you know that Finland is the happiest country according to the World Happiness Report, 2018? Norway, Denmark, Iceland, and Switzerland occupy the next top positions on the world’s happiest countries.
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Did you know that Leonardo da Vinci’s painting – Salvator Mundi is sold to the prince of Saudi Arabia in 2017 at a whopping amount of $450.3 million, making it the most expensive painting ever sold.
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Did you know that Nigeria is the only country having the highest percentage of twin births in the world
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Did you know that Qatar is the richest country in the world with a GNI Percapita of $128,060 and has a population of 2.17 million
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Do you know which is the first mobile device?
The first mobile handset was invented by Motorola in 1973. It enabled users to make and receive calls over a radio frequency in a limited area. It weighed around 2 kgs.
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What if someone asks you about the first online shopping site?
NetMarket is the first online shopping site founded in 1994 by Dan Kohn. It initially sold electrical appliances and jewelry.
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Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena, Italy, is the oldest bank in the world, which has been operating continuously since 1472.
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There are no secret tricks or magic methods to becoming knowledgeable. There is also no one single way of being knowledgeable. Knowledge has many varied facets encompassing skills from book learning to understanding how to build or create, to knowing how to manage your finances, to resonating with mother nature.
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The pandemic has relegated millions of people to their homes, with not much to do but stare at various screens.
There’s the bad screen, otherwise known as the work or school screen. Then there’s the good screen, or the thing you stare at in your free time to watch TV, play video games, or mindlessly scroll through Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and other social media.
But perhaps, after roughly four months of quarantine, it’s time to introduce something akin to a useful screen. We’ve got free time — not really by choice, but still — so maybe you want to make the best of it. It might just be the perfect time to learn a new skill, practice a language, or any number of other useful things.
That in mind, 7 sites to learn something new that can help you learn a new skill or at least waste a little time. Here they are, in no particular order.
1. Livechat Typing Speed Test
A free, nifty way to test — and improve — your typing speed and accuracy. Hey, you may even learn how to properly type if you’ve never been taught.
2. Fucking Homepage
Sure, the name is crass. But it’s less boring than Google and FuckingHomepage.com is updated every day with interesting facts and websites.
Fucking Homepage for July 9.
3. Basics With Babish
I love to cook and have found that the Basics With Babish YouTube series is a handy way of learning the skills, recipes, and base-level knowledge necessary to educate yourself on becoming a good home cook.
Recipes to try:
A quiz or test for like literally everything, from pop culture items like movies and music to weird history. Put your education to the test.
Quizzes to check out:
Edx provides free online education courses from Harvard, MIT, Berkley, and other colleges. Become the student for a college you never attended.
Coursera offers more free online courses for students from schools like Duke, IBM, University of Michigan, and more.
7. Khan Academy
Khan Academy is a very popular site for students to learn for free. There are also tools for teachers and educators to help educate students.
Courses to try:
Skillshare is a place to learn all kinds of different creative endeavors and new skills, like photography and illustration. Some online classes are free but a premium account will run you $15 per month of $99 for the year.
9. Project Gutenberg
Project Gutenberg is a clearinghouse of more than 60,000 free e-books. There’s really no easier way to educate yourself than reading.
Books to read:
10. Code Academy
If you’re looking to learn how to code, Code Academy provides basic lessons for free but a pro version will cost about $20 per month. Don’t let the lack of a classroom stop you from a learning experience.
Example lessons to try:
Duolingo is a very popular language instruction app and website that has an extremely terrifying owl that will shame you into learning a new language. We guarantee it’s a better learning experience than whatever your high school teacher tried to cram into 30 minutes.
Courses to try:
12. Household Hacker
Household Hacker is a YouTube channel dedicated to simple DIY tricks to improve your home and educate yourself on simple tricks that will help you be a better person around the house. Learning how to clean your house has never been so fun.
A site for learning how to play the piano. If you seriously want to become a music student and learn how to play, you’ll have to pay a monthly fee. But you can also mess around and play with your keyboard.
Songs to learn:
A look at Pianu’s set-up.
14. Justin Guitar
A free site to learn how to play the guitar. It has lessons for total beginners that later ramp-up in difficulty. Justin Sandercoe (thus Justin Guitar) has been teaching online for decades and has tons of tutorials for just about anything. His YouTube channel has more than a million subscribers and his lessons are free online.
Pretty simple: Drawspace is a resource for learning how to draw. You can do some courses for free, but eventually, it’ll cost money. A membership costs $10 per month.
Lessons to try:
Alison is a hub for free classes on all kinds of things, from professional development, to marketing and math.
Classes to check out:
17. Garden Answer
Gardening is more popular than ever. The Garden Answer YouTube channel has helpful tips if you’re trying to begin a gardening journey.
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