Preview Of The New Unreal Learning Portal
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Preview Of The New Unreal Learning Portal
15 May, 2019

The Unreal team is getting ready to launch the next version of the Unreal Engine learning portal, and users can try a preview of the new learning experience right now. “We have over 35 courses available, along with some great new content for this much-anticipated update,” states the team.

The new version will add several key features:

  • Improved search: Browse courses by topic, author, or industry to more easily find the material you’re looking for.
  • Progress tracking: See how far you’ve progressed in any course. Bookmark your place within a module, revisit it later.
  • Quizzes: Check your understanding with built-in course assessments and make sure you are ready to apply what you’ve learned.
  • Badges: Earn skill badges as you complete courses.

To access the preview, users need to login to their Epic Games Account, select language preference, and timezone. Then, an Epic ID will be linked to a learning portal login.

The team needs feedback to make the portal a better place, so please visit their forum thread to join the conversation.

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