Finding Courses & Lessons on Study.com

Instructor: Raya Maggay
This article will show you how to find courses and lessons on Study.com. We have a vast library of courses and lessons ready for you to take, watch, and read, so learn how to find the ones you're interested in here!

Finding the Right Study.com Resources for You

Study.com has thousands of shareable resources to provide remote learning and assessment opportunities for you including:

  • Courses
  • Chapters
  • Lessons
  • Quizzes
  • End of chapter tests

There are a few ways to do this.

How to Search for Courses & Lessons on Study.com

First, you can use the search bar in the top right-hand corner of the window to enter in a keyword phrase, like 'scientific method'. Then, you can use the tabs on the results page to filter your results for either lessons or courses. Finding specific lessons can be helpful if you are trying to learn more about a particular topic instead of trying to tackle an entire course. Doing this can also help you find chapters and courses that include this topic, so if you feel inclined to explore related topics, you can easily find them along with what you've searched for!

Alternatively, you can visit the 'Courses' tab at the top of your window to drill down by subject. Once you click into the course directory, there are some helpful filtering tools on the left-hand side that will let you specify what level and subject you'd like to see material for. We covered the available filtering tools in a previous article, so check out 'Signing up for Courses with a Student Premium Account' if you haven't already.

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