Students will be able to view the pre-selected lectures in the full course taking experience, including the full-bleed video and speed controls. Certain features such as Questions and Bookmarks are also viewable although these students will not be able to engage with other students or the instructor in the course. Prospective students will no longer have access to the entire course for 5 minutes, but rather an instructor selected portion of the course for 10 minutes.
What does this mean for instructors?
Instructors must choose a minimum of 10 minutes of video content that can be previewed by prospective students; this must include the first lecture of the course. Instructions for enabling additional preview lectures can be found here. By April 11, if the length of video lectures available for preview is under 10 minutes, we will automatically enable Free Preview for the first 10 minutes of your course such that you meet the minimum requirement.
We’re excited to make this step – one of many – to better protect course content on Udemy. If you have any questions, please reach out email@example.com.
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