Tag: e-learning

What It Takes to Write an Online Course

You’ve written a book on how to do something, and you immediately start hearing that you should turn your book into an online course. What a great idea! After all, you know your material, so you’re half way there. Right?

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Q&A #3: What You Should Know Before You Write a Book

There is more to writing a book than merely sitting down to a blank screen on your computer. There are steps to take before you begin. For example, you should know what it takes to tackle this project and whether

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Six Qualities Every Writer Needs

Currently, I have six books on writing, either in print or digital format. In one way or another, in each one I have mentioned what I believe one needs to be a writer. Add up all of those elements, and

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Step #10 in Marketing an Online Course: Set Up Mastermind Group for Online Students

One problem with the online course is that the students are operating in a vacuum. There is no sense of community. Way back in January 2012, when I took an online course through the University of Illinois (ION) Network, one

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Not the End of the Journey—Just a Bend in the Road

I was truly intending to end this blog at when the pilot ended, but for some reason, I just kept on writing. All good things must come to an end at some point, and this is the arbitrary point I

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