So, you want to publish an online course. Many have done it before you and many more will after you do. There is no need to reinvent the wheel; however, it is essential to understand what works online and what doesn’t. The value of what we already know about curriculum development from decades of research … Continue reading Part 1 – Introduction to Make Online Courses
Finally, after many months of writing in the background, I am ready to lauch the series of articles on the How to Make Online Courses. Create and publish online courses. I plan to write and publish an article every weekend, and include video lessons as I go. I look forward to your joining me and … Continue reading Do you want to publish an online course?
Gather Collect and gather all your documents in one location, a file basket on your desk, a folder on your computer. Get everything into one place, emails, printed files, electronic documents, etc.Process Stick to the DOO (Do Only Once) rule as much as possible. Start at the top of the pile, and process each document, … Continue reading Processing Documents, a productivity workflow.
With all the technology available to distribute e-learning, it is easy to forget that the most important thing to focus on is setting and achieving learning goals that are relevant to our learners. Ask not, "is it pretty and loaded with new fancy features?" ask instead if your students are learning what they came to … Continue reading Content is king!
https://youtu.be/2z9qiWaRX1I Why I think online training is better than classroom. I created this short video animation a few years ago, while working under a different business name. The content still applies, let me know what you think. If you think these are not good reasons, let me know as I would love to discuss this.
If you feel stressed before or during a study period, you may want to spend a few minutes doing a relaxation exercise. You can also use this relaxation exercise to increase the effectiveness of study breaks.
Man is so made that when anything fires his soul, impossibilities vanish. -Jean de la Fontaine Have you ever been so excited about a project or an idea that you are willing to risk everything you have, even your life on it? Have you examined your own life and discovered that "there has to be … Continue reading Follow Your Passion