During the State of Udemy this past May, we shared that we’re working on improving the refund system in 2020. Throughout the coming months, we’ll be releasing a series of experiments and updates to our existing refund system.
Hi Instructors - We have reenabled the welcome and congratulations messages for free and paid courses on the marketplace and Udemy for Business. These messages were previously turned off due to the unprecendeted surge in traffic and enrollments our site experienced earlier this year.
Hi Instructors - As Udemy continues to grow to serve more students in more parts of the world than ever before, we're making some updates to our content policies. These updates include changes or clarifications regarding restricted topics, Private Label Rights content, and content for young learners. Read more in the Teaching Center.
We know that it can be hard to find the right time to learn. That’s why we’ve created learning reminders, a new mobile app feature that allows students to set reminders at the frequency and time of day they are most likely to learn.
Hi Instructors! Udemy will be going through site maintenance tomorrow, July 17 from 4-6am Pacific Time. The website (udemy.com) and all related sites will be down or running slowly during this time, so we recommend holding off on publishing any new courses or making edits during this time.
Hi Instructors! My name is Lili and I am your new Community Manager at Udemy! I will be taking the lead in developing the platform and programs that make the community a great place for instructors to connect with each other, and with Udemy.
Hands-on practice is important, and not just for students in developer courses — data science students need it too. So we’re improving coding exercises by adding SQL, R, NumPy, SciKit-Learn, and Pandas — along with Swift 5, and React 16 — to the list of supported languages, frameworks, and libraries.