While our courses are currently intended to be used in English, students have some options for additional support if they have a first language that is not English.
Our learning platform at learn.saylor.org is served up by open-source software called Moodle. You can change the language you use to interface with Moodle by visiting this link while logged in to your Saylor Academy account: https://learn.saylor.org/user/language.php
Currently, we have over a dozen languages besides English variants available, representing the most common first languages of our students.
Note, however, that this option only changes the display language of the basic Moodle software itself; everything we have added or that we link to, including all our course instructions and learning materials, will still be in English.
To translate the remainder of the course site and materials, we recommend using browser plugins such as Google Translate that can be used to translate an entire webpage with a single click. These extensions and add-ons are available for all of the most common browsers, including Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge.
A couple big caveats: first, browser plugins from third parties can present a security risk so use discretion in what you choose; second, machine translations are imperfect -- consider any automated translation to be a useful supplement to, not a replacement for, the original English materials.
Where to find translation tools in common browsers:
Chrome: Chrome Webstore
Safari: Extensions Gallery
Microsoft Edge: Extensions (with the Windows 10 "Anniversary" update)
Microsoft Explorer: Add-ons