What is an online course?
An online course is a digitally available educational package that consists of various video lessons created by an expert course author. Zenva focuses on coding and development education, so you'll find topics on web development, game development, mobile development, VR/AR development, Python, and more.
Zenva's goal in providing these online courses is to give you the necessary guidance and content to help you develop skills in building games, apps, and websites at a low cost. Additionally, our online courses can be done at your own pace, and be complete even on-the-go via mobile, providing you an optimal learning opportunity to gain in-demand skills!
Course Update Policy
This article describes how we deal with updating courses in the face of changing technologies, such as updates to languages, frameworks, engines, and so on. Below outlines the entire life-cycle of a course, from creation to archiving, and how we deal ...
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 ...
What do I get when I purchase an individual course or bundle?
Upon purchasing a non-subscription course or bundle, you get 24/7 access to the course(s) and its contents through our platform. You'll be able to view the course material and learn at your own pace through both the Zenva Academy website and through ...
How do I find out what frameworks and tools being used in a course?
In order to remain transparent about the engines, frameworks, libraries, and similar that we're using for our courses, you can find a list of tools with their version numbers for each course on the course's home page (available after purchasing the ...
Can I translate the blog tutorials for my own site?
You are welcome to translate up to two of our blog tutorials per month to post on your own site. However, your post MUST contain a link to the original source article. This being said, you CANNOT translate or reproduce the material from any of our ...