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~250 Udemy Courses 90-100% Off

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Aug 14, 2015
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I see how this works now. I was wondering why there are so many enrollments in udemy - it is propped up by giving free courses every once in awhile as oppose to paying $15.

This way, the 'instructors' who gives out free courses will gain in popularity, udemy will encourage new instructors to make courses because they thought other instructors are earning money. I mean 20,000 enrollment x $15 = money. In reality, it's way less than that number.

For example, if we each sign up for 5 courses, we're going to 'keep it' and maybe watch like 1 hour of 1 of the course. They, in return, udemy becomes more popular, and instructor will get an extra number in that enrollment with no loss on their part.
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Jun 4, 2005
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Thanks OP. Enrolled into 47 free classes. Smiling Face With Open Mouth Just a heads up, some courses that were free in the link can change its price when it gets added to the cart.
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Nov 7, 2013
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grabbed all courses, a lot of fun
thank you so much op! this is a great DEAL!
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Corleone187 wrote:
Oct 12th, 2017 12:39 pm
Qualifications? or more like Trump University?

I listened to one and it sounded like the guy never lectured before. TBH he sounded lost lol :D
Some of the courses on this site are really horrible. You really need to read up on the instructors and check reviews before committing and enrolling in some of these courses. There are some really great courses on here, but for every great course on a particular subject there are about 10 that are absolutely horrible
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danku wrote:
Oct 13th, 2017 8:35 am
Thanks OP. Enrolled into 47 free classes. Smiling Face With Open Mouth Just a heads up, some courses that were free in the link can change its price when it gets added to the cart.
I noticed that for those with cost a small banner would appear, then disappear, explaining that the code was expired and/or fully subscribed, so the price goes back to normal.
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Jan 3, 2013
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most courses r outdated. e.g. swift 2? android 4.0 ?
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Thanks OP... A+
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Prof wrote:
Oct 12th, 2017 8:47 am
I mentioned in another recent thread that another great option is Lynda.com. This subscription site has a deep well of high quality tutorials on a wide selection of topics. Many of the presenters are highly regarded and authors of numerous books on the material.

Normally around $400/yr for a premium subscription, many public library systems prepay access for members. I've used it for several Adobe and MS programs as well as others. Check with your local library's website. Flipster, Overdrive, Mango, Pressreader, Hoopla, Lynda.com are each offered by mine.
Thanks for mentioning this. I just went to the Toronto library and renewed my card, and now I have free access to Lynda.com
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If you get your education from Lynda, you should probably be naming your kid that too.
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Jul 4, 2005
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Dumb q but aren’t there lot of other sites like this that already have free courses? Eg edx, coursera etc.
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Dec 27, 2013
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Prof wrote:
Oct 12th, 2017 8:47 am
I mentioned in another recent thread that another great option is Lynda.com. This subscription site has a deep well of high quality tutorials on a wide selection of topics. Many of the presenters are highly regarded and authors of numerous books on the material.

Normally around $400/yr for a premium subscription, many public library systems prepay access for members. I've used it for several Adobe and MS programs as well as others. Check with your local library's website. Flipster, Overdrive, Mango, Pressreader, Hoopla, Lynda.com are each offered by mine.
yep. Toronto public library offers Lynda access.

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