Community Guidelines

Afrilearn is a global community of learners

We believe that everyone should have access to free quality education. Our guidelines are meant to build a mutual understanding of what being a part of this community is all about. We will take action if any of these guidelines are not upheld, so please read carefully.

Always be Respectful

We come together from across the world at varying understanding levels with the same goal in mind - to learn. Curiosity, questioning, and cultural understanding are something we celebrate. Be respectful of others and where they’re coming from.

Help and support across all skill levels

We are all in this together. Learning anything can be hard and takes a lot of courage and dedication. If someone makes an incorrect statement or has a question you think has an obvious answer, kindly and calmly help them out. Heckling and being straight up mean doesn’t help anyone learn. Can’t say it nicely? Don’t weigh in.

Think before you share

We care about your safety. Learning on Afrilearn is inherently social, but please beware of swapping or posting any private information that could be misused. That includes your phone number, age, address, what time you’ll be at home, school name, email, or other personal information that could put your privacy at risk. Simply put: don’t over-share. Sharing and encouraging others to share personal data might get your post, and possibly your account, removed.

Please don’t use Afrilearn to...

Attack a person or group of people with words and actions

Afrilearn is a safe place for learners of all backgrounds. Harassment and hurtful content will not be tolerated. Using symbols, names and text that promote hate—as well as harassing, stalking, impersonating, and making sexual remarks towards someone—are considered abuse. The same goes for nudity and disturbing profile pictures and usernames. As stated in the terms, Afrilearn reserves the right to replace images or remove these accounts at its sole discretion. Rule of thumb: if you are making someone feel attacked or hurt, then you shouldn’t be doing it. We take these reports seriously and may delete your account without previous notice if such activity is verified by our team.

Spam the forum or people’s streams

Leaving a trail of irrelevant, abusive, illegal, or nonsensical entries in forums or anywhere on Afrilearn may get your account deleted. This includes not only creating posts without substance, but any type of spamming. It's okay to share external resources and links. But just like with copyrighted and pirated materials, you should know that spamming, referral code hocking, advertising, and excessively promoting products/services is not acceptable and such posts and references can be removed without warning.

Script or cheat maliciously

Afrilearn believes in honest learning. If you are scripting for the purposes of cheating or sharing information and instructions about using Afrilearn in a way that may impact the system, community, learning, data or experience in a negative or significant manner, your account and posts may be removed.

Write inflammatory comments

Hateful, obscene and off-topic comments don’t contribute to learning. Cursing doesn’t either (let people discover those words in the wild). Leave them out of the language discussions.

To Summarize

We do not tolerate content that is:

  • Illegal
  • Pornographic
  • Excessively profane or violent
  • Spam
  • Threatening, harassing, or bullying
  • Associated with racism or intolerance
  • Impersonating someone in a misleading or deceptive manner
  • Personal confidential information

Please don't waste your time looking for loopholes; we will remove any content that violates the spirit of these guidelines and you will risk losing partial or full access to Afrilearn without warning. By following these guidelines, we will all contribute to an interesting and helpful learning community.