Become an Instructor

If you have great content for teaching on Linux, Devops or Scientific Programming

Benefits

We’re happy you’re interested in becoming a Scientific Programming instructor. Here goes the payment share information

90%
Instructor's share
10%
Scientific Programming's Share

An additional 10% author share for each month where a premium subscriber has completed your course. Payments are paid to your Paypal account.


Become an instrutor in three steps

Create an interactive scientificprogramming course and earn money by teaching people around the world!

1

Make a free Scientific Programming account and complete your profile with all social links!

2

Read our author guideline and draft plan your course.

3

Send us a course proposal, if accepted your instructor will be activated.

Frequently Asked Questions

Below are answers to the most frequently asked questions we receive regarding how to become an instructor.

Can I teach a course on any topic?

The Scientific Programming specialises on Linux, Devops, HPC, scientific programming languages, including Data Sciences. Please refer to our call for authors for details on the topics that we accept.

Do I have to pay any fees in order to become an instructor?

There is no fee to be an instructor on Scientific Programming. Instructors are paid according to our simple revenue share model outlined above.

How will I get paid?

You are paid on a monthly basis and you'll need a verified Paypal account to get paid.

Are there any requirements that my course must meet?

Yes. In order to ensure that students have great learning experiences, we have a Quality Review Process that every course goes through. Your courses must have:

  1. At least 10 lesson contents involving scientificprogrammings code snippets and/or terminals;
  2. At least 2 Quize modules;
  3. Optionally illustrations, videos and casts;
  4. Optionally data attachments, charts, etc.
What about the copyright?

Your rights will be reserved, we just help you to make your course scientificprogramming. That's it!

Should the content be exclusive?

Nope, you can make interactive courses from their contents published as ebook, paper book, blog series and so on. However, you need to make sure that you have all the copyrights.