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Brainly suspends all limits on free accounts in web browsers because of coronavirus

Students, parents and teachers,

We know that you may be learning from home while the Coronavirus passes, and we want to do what we can to make this time easier for you. So to support your homeschooling, we’re including unlimited answers with your free account in web browsers for the time being.

You’ll still be asked to watch ads in order to unlock some answers. A few moments of your time help us to keep the Brainly doors open. But during this uncertain time, you won’t be blocked from finding an answer you need.

The global coronavirus pandemic is reaching the point where schools and colleges around the country are preparing for (or implementing) closures to try and halt the spread of the disease.

Many universities and K-12 schools, fearing outbreaks among their student populations, are also scrambling to move courses online.

Even under ideal circumstances, digital curriculum development is a tall order. Typically it takes months, if not years, to develop an engaging online course. For many traditional institutions, particularly those that have been slower to embrace online education, the challenge is even more formidable.

We encourage you to ask questions on Brainly around the material you’re assigned at home; our virtual and homeschool communities have already helped build a database of millions of questions related to curriculum from online content providers.


For inspiration creating digital learning plans and communicating them effectively to students and parents, educators can utilize a number of tech tools and digital platforms. Brainly is the world’s largest online learning community with over 15 million monthly users in the U.S. The homework help platform connects students and parents to peers and subject matter Experts to help them get unstuck on tough problems and go from questioning to understanding, and beyond. This will be particularly helpful for students with questions that they aren’t sure how to answer; the site essentially acts as the online equivalent of a real-life study group.
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Stay healthy and #CarryOnLearning.

The Brainly Team

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