Okta is a company that offers a variety of interactive and engaging high-quality courses for people who want to learn different skills. From business administration to global entrepreneurship and more, Okta’s online classes can teach learners about exciting topics. These online classes are designed so that anyone can join them — whether they’re right out of college or someone who has been out of the workforce for several years.
Today, we’re introducing two exciting new ways for individuals to participate in our classes actively. These new features allow individuals to not only learn about Okta’s classes but also interact with the class discussions and share their experiences on the platform. These new classes are designed to help individuals enhance their knowledge of what they’re learning in class, whether they join at the beginning or towards the end.
The first feature is a series of short video interviews with Okta’s instructors who teach our courses. The second feature is a set of one-on-one discussions between students and instructors where students can ask questions about what they’ve learned during class. We’re looking forward to seeing how these new features are received at Okta, and we can’t wait to see what you’ll learn in our classes as a result of joining them.
Okta classes are an exciting way to learn, and Okta Developer is a great way to bring your apps and the classes you’re interested in learning together. With Okta Developer, developers can easily integrate data into the apps they build, allowing their users to interact with data like a website or even a third-party application.
You’ve probably seen an instructor do this before. There’s a computer screen in front of them with many students working on their computers. The instructor explains concepts as they come up, and sometimes some students will ask questions about something that was just covered. Instructors can use the Okta Developer library to create interactive web pages allowing students to interact with their data objects by moving through them and exploring their fields.