Primary Topics: Quickly Provide Key Information About Your Course
Selecting topics for your course is a quick way to report additional information about it, so that prospective students can locate it faster and easier. By adding topics to your course, you can provide the Learnfly team with more specific information than what’s presented via categories and subcategories, so that we can surface it to interested students more effectively.
Course Material: Rules and Guidelines
To deliver a consistent student experience, Learnfly courses must meet minimum standards for approval. The Quality Review Team will help you get your course approved when you submit your course for review. We reserve the right to re-review courses if ...
Instructor Revenue Share Model
There is no fee to create and host a course on Learnfly, and you can publish as many free and paid courses as you like. We believe in a sustainable partnership, where instructors are rewarded for creating amazing content and bringing students to the ...
Selling Courses & Payments
Anyone can create a free course on Learnfly. If you want to charge students a fee for your courses, however, you will need to apply to become a premium instructor. The application is free, and is usually approved within 2 business days. Apply to ...
Improving Audio and Video Quality: Engagement Analytics
Audio and video quality is one of the most important parts of your course. There’s no need to overproduce your video, but you will want to make sure that your technical production does not distract students from the content of your course. If ...
Creating and Editing Your Profile
Every Learnfly account includes a profile page, where you can share information about yourself, and add links to your personal website or social media profiles. For Learnfly instructors, your profile is also your Instructor biography, and is your ...