Are Zenva courses available in all countries?
We strive to make our courses as accessible as possible, so we do not actively block any countries from accessing our content.
Unfortunately, though, we have had reports of some ISPs in certain countries - such as China, Russia, the Phillippines, and the United Arab Emirates - blocking our content. As this is a decision by the ISP and/or local government, there is nothing that we can do in these situations.
If your ISP has blocked our content, it is possible to regain access using a VPN. However, please note that Zenva does not encourage any user to download our service, use a VPN, or similar if doing so is illegal in your country.
Do courses have closed captioning [CC], or subtitles, available?
Overview All of the Zenva Academy lesson videos that use the Azure Video player come with an option to enable closed captions/subtitles. This includes lesson videos even those that are under our free courses. Step-by-step instructions Follow the ...
Zenva Terminology: Curriculum vs. Course vs. Bundle
At Zenva, we offer curriculums, courses, and bundles. This article explains the difference between each of these different educational offerings so that you can choose the one that suits you best. Course A course on Zenva is a collection of lesson ...
When are new courses coming?
Unfortunately, we cannot give an exact time line for the release of new courses on any one topic. Creating courses is a team effort at Zenva, so there is a lot of work and changes that go into each course to bring them up to our quality standards. ...
Zenva for Schools
Coding is becoming increasingly popular in schools across the globe. It’s the key to helping kids and teenagers to build skills that will set them up for success in today’s technology-driven society, and is known to supercharge skills in other areas, ...
Do courses have a time limit?
Your courses can have a "time limit" solely dependent on your method of purchase. Below, we've outlined the "time limits" for each sub-category of product that you can find on our site and how "time limits" work in those specific situations. ...