NVIDIA Teaching Kits FAQs

What is the Deep Learning Institute (DLI)?

The NVIDIA Deep Learning Institute (DLI) offers hands-on training for developers, data scientists, and researchers looking to solve challenging problems with deep learning. Through self-paced labs and instructor-led workshops, the DLI teaches the latest techniques for designing, training, and deploying neural network-powered machine learning across a variety of application domains.


What support does NVIDIA offer Educators?

NVIDIA supports educators by providing academic teaching resources, collaborative opportunities, and supporting expertise that advance worldwide STEM education with GPU-accelerated computing.


What happened to the "GPU Educators Program"?

Though we have retired the GPU Educators Program brand, it does not affect current access to Teaching Kits and we will continue to develop new kit releases and offerings for educators.


Is there an online support community for Teaching Kit users?

The Teaching and Curriculum Forum enables a global community of academics using NVIDIA Teaching Kits in their courses and labs. Please join the community, ask technical questions, and share your experiences!


Are free teaching materials available?

Yes. Our Teaching Kits are co-developed with academia for use by a variety of academic disciplines that can benefit from deep learning and GPU-accelerated computing. These comprehensive packages contain everything an instructor needs to teach a full-term curriculum course using GPUs.


Who is eligible to receive NVIDIA Teaching Kits?

Only verified teaching faculty and assistants can receive direct access to Teaching Kits. Students should ask their faculty or teaching assistant to request access on their behalf. Industry partners looking for training should request of find out about existing DLI workshops.


Have More Questions?

Please join the Teaching Kits Forum to post questions to our online community, or request access the NVIDIA Teaching Kits and use the Teaching Kits Contact Form to ask us questions directly.