As of April 1, in the Enterprise Homepage, as admins you can curate collections in Arabic with a right-to-left directional experience. Learn more about adding collections in Create and Manage Collections.
The enterprise admin platform is in English. As admins, you can reach out to your Implementation Manager to activate the email tool in Arabic (Article coming soon!).
The enterprise learner experience is in Arabic and displayed in right-to-left. Enterprise learners can use Coursera in Arabic if they’ve enabled the Arabic language option in their Account Settings.
Content that is created by authors could be in both English and Arabic, depending on whether it was author-created or Coursera-created. For example, course titles and description may be in English if the author of the course produced it in English.
To enable the Arabic language option
- Under your profile on the top right of Coursera.org, click the dropdown and click Settings.
- Go to Language, click the dropdown, select Arabic, and click Save.
Benefits for Arabic-speaking Enterprise learners
- Take Assessments
- Search, Browse and Enroll in courses
- Track grades
- Watch videos with transcripts available in Arabic
- Take notes, save transcripts
- Post and interact with other learners in the Discussions Forums
- Track progress and completion
As of April 1, the following are available for Enterprise learners:
- Homepage experience: View course progress and browse recommendations in Arabic
- Discussion forums: View and write in Coursera’s discussion forums in Arabic
- Lectures: Watch select courses’ lectures in Arabic or with Arabic subtitles.
- Notes experience: Save parts of Arabic transcripts to your notes within Coursera and take your own notes in Arabic.
- Email tool: Your Implementation Manager can help you set the Arabic preference for your organization
Note: Once a user sets Arabic as their preferred language, this applies to all of Coursera. If an enterprise learner switches to their B2C profile, they may see that experience is not fully functional as we continue to improve it. When Enterprise learners switch to B2C, a modal appears with this information.