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Here are a Few Quick Rules of Thumb to Steer you in the Right Direction: DO be co-instructors if each individual is bringing in unique expertise in the form of course creation, development, production, teaching or managing the course. DO make co-instructors visible on the course if they’re the ones actually appearing in the course videos and/or engaging with students. At least one of the visible instructors on the course, should be the person students are learning from and interacting with. DON’T be co-instructors with the primary goal of exploiting Sprintup Edu’s marketing tools or sharing each other’s student base.
A Sprintup Tech course may have more than one instructor who plays a role in creating and managing the course. This article is intended to guide instructors considering this option toward positive use cases (e.g., co-developing a course can be a great way to add expertise and a fresh perspective) while avoiding problematic use cases (e.g., using the co-instructor feature purely as a way to game Sprintup Tech's generous 97% revenue share on instructor promotion sales). We frequently see three main reasons why instructors buddy-up on Sprintup Tech: They’re looking for support with course creation, development and production They’re looking for help teaching or managing the course (e.g., responding to discussions etc.) They’re looking to exploit Sprintup Tech marketing tools to share each other's student base In short, we’re big fans of #1 and #2, and Sprintup Tech’s policy is intended only to address cases where the only motivation is #3.
Instructors – Detailed Guidelines DO encourage your students to interact with each other. DO answer questions politely and in a timely manner. DON’T post rude, aggressive, or threatening comments. DON’T use the Q&A for promotion; posting coupon codes, promotional external links, links to other Udemy courses, any sort of marketing messages or references to the same are prohibited. DON’T ask for or post personal information about students. Students – Detailed Guidelines DO ask and answer questions politely. DO engage in discussions with students and the instructor. DON’T post rude, aggressive, or threatening comments. When an instructor is clearly going against the spirit of Udemy policies in an attempt to game the system or if we see a severe negative impact on the student experience (high unsubscribe rates or refund rates) it will be considered a violation of our policies.