Have keywords become a new reference about the zeitgeist? Hard to refute. What’s true is that keywords have become a currency that helps transactions between users and web-facing businesses. The business of making a name, or a term alluding to a more complex concept, rise above must not be taken for granted. Millions of users every day look for information online, building a query out of their pressing concern. Figuring out how to provide the answer by offering exactly the content they are looking for; or better yet, figuring out how to become the answer, and let them look for you; it’s the coal mine of the New Normal.

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Here are the top 20 most searched for keywords on Google, according to ahrefs datalake of monthly volume of global searches.

№1. Google Classroom

Virtual teaching and learning in one place. It is an easy to use and manage tool for teachers who want to measure and enrich their students’ learning experiences.

№2. Zoom

The leading site for video conferencing software applications. Zoom allows you to interact virtually with students and teachers during educational sessions for the development of classes. 

№3. Kahoot!

A learning platform based on quizzes that can be used to support students’ learning and to make learning not boring and monotonous for learners.

№4. Google Meet

A free web conferencing site. All you need is a Google account and you can create meetings for up to 100 people.

№5. Udemy

A massive provider of open online courses with over 35 million users. Udemy organizes coursework by modules and lessons, which can include images, audio and videos. 

№6. Scratch

A free programming language for children between 8 and 16 years old. Scratch allows students to learn to code in a visually engaging way. 

№7. Canvas

An eLearning platform, easy to use and used by hundreds of organizations and educational institutions around the world. With Canvas LMS, students can create courses.

№8. Edmodo

A global educational network that allows students to connect with different educators and people who want to share educational content, in order for learners to improve their learning process.

№9. Duolingo

The largest and most popular free language learning platform used by more than 300 million users The philosophy of the creators is that language learning should be free, uncomplicated and without barriers. It is a win-win philosophy.

№10. Moodle

A learning platform designed specifically for teachers, students and administrators who want to create personalized learning environments.

№11. Quizlet

A learning tool that allows you to create flashcards with educational content, including text and images. What makes this platform different from others is that once the cards are created, activities and games that can be used as support for classes are automatically created.

№12. Schoology

Create discussion forums, learner groups, assessment tools, educational announcements and upload your own or external resources that are hosted on other platforms such as Khan Academy, Google Drive or Dropbox.

№13. Blackboard

A new learning experience is offered by Blackboard, an eLearning tool that allows people to continue their studies from home. Undoubtedly one of North America’s most popular virtual environments.

№14. Khan Academy

A virtual school that aims to offer free and quality education through digital resources such as videos. 

№15. Clever

All the information a student is looking for is just a click away. A digital, user-friendly learning platform for resources, messages and interaction with students. . 

№16. Coursera

Online courses, specializations and degrees, that’s what you can find on Coursera, the top MOOC platform gone public. An online learning platform that offers free access to quality education to anyone from different parts of the world.

№17. WordPress

Is WordPress really an eLearning app, or perhaps the most widely used eLearning app? “The” Content Management System allows anybody, including teachers, to create and maintain a free blog or website.

№18. Chegg

A platform designed for students who want easy access to rented books, virtual tutors, and test solution guides. This platform also allows students to enroll in internships and online courses.

№19. Brightspace

One of at least 2 fantastic Canadian eLearning exports, the learning experience by D2L to meet the needs of students and educators continues to be an impressive contender in the LMS Space Race.

№20. edX

A provider of massive open online courses. Created by Harvard and MIT. With edX you can host university level online courses in different disciplines. 

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