Universities worldwide use Deepnote to collaborate with others and teach data science.
Deepnote is built from the bottom up to support collaboration and help you study & teach. The free Education plan provides you with even more collaborative options, allowing you to create teams for free.
Discuss and debug your models with students or peers and see in real-time what others are working on.
Provide assistance, leave feedback, or grade notebooks using comments. Also, get a notification whenever a new comment is added.
Manage classes and group projects easily thanks to Deepnote Teams. If your team uses a third-party service like AWS S3, you can share the credentials with the whole team easily.
No more broken pip installs or mismatched library versions on local machines. The whole class or team can work with the same environment.
Free plan for students, educators and classes
|Unlimited teachers & students|
|Unlimited projects & submissions|
|Comments & project feedback|
|30 days of history|
Deepnote provides a way to create assignments shared with your class or to collaboratively work on group assignments. By default, all of your projects are private and only visible to you. By getting the Education plan, you can create a free Deepnote team which allows you to easily share & manage projects with students and peers.
Sign up, all you need to do is select the Education plan on the team creation page. To help verify you, we'll ask you to provide us with your institutional email.
Each member of a team gets 750 hours of the Standard machine for free (in addition to their hours on the personal accounts). Advanced machines, such as GPUs, are paid. If you need advanced machines for your course, let us know at email@example.com.
Yes, Deepnote has already been used successfully by many schools and universities. If you’re unsure whether Deepnote is right for your class, we can connect you with educators in your field who have had experience using Deepnote. Just fill out this form.