Effective July 30, 2021, Cybrary will remove our remaining microcourse content from our catalog. Below we have provided responses to some frequently asked questions. Please feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org if you require any additional information.
Q: Why is Cybrary archiving microcourses?
A: We continuously assess our catalog to not only ensure our content meets our quality standards, but to identify new ways we can support our learners’ goals. Upon closer review, we determined that we had other content that helps our learners’ develop these same skills and delivers a better learning experience. That being said, we remain committed to producing more short, easily digestible courses for our learners.
Q: Can I still access Cybrary’s microcourses today?
A: We have unlisted our microcourses, which means you will not be able to enroll in a microcourse. However, if you had already enrolled in a microcourse, you will have until Friday, July 30th to complete the content. After July 30th, your progress will be lost.
Q: If I’m enrolled in a microcourse, how long do I have to complete it?
A: You have until Friday, July 30th to complete your microcourse. After July 30th, your progress will be lost.
Q: How will I be able to develop the skills these microcourses covered?
A: Our microcourses focus on skills or topics that we cover as a component in other courses. Please contact email@example.com and a member of our customer experience team will provide you with the best course to continue developing your skills. If you are a Cybrary for Teams customer, please reach out to your Customer Success Manager to determine the best course.
Q: What will happen if I have an assignment that includes a microcourse?
A: The microcourse will automatically be removed and your progress will be updated accordingly so as to not disrupt your learning experience. You can proceed normally and work through your assignment. Our archiving of microcourses won’t affect completed assignments.
Q: I’m having trouble engaging with and/or completing my microcourse?A: Some of our microcourses include assessments that have known issues. If you’re having trouble completing your microcourse, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.