Learning

Online Courses

How do I price my first online course?

At the beginning of your course creation journey, making a profit serves one purpose before any other: validation. But this leads you to a dilemma, how much should you charge for your first course?

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Online Courses

How do I find an audience for my online course?

If you’ve already tried to create your own course you’ll know that it’s not a simple case of 'build it and they will come'. A better approach involves finding your audience first, but how does one go about doing that?

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Course Creation

Embracing non-linearity in an online course

In a game of chess, there are many ways to capture the opponent's king. Likewise, with non-linear online courses, there are many ways to move from a predetermined starting state to a conclusion. Course non-linearity seems like an exciting choice for an instructor looking to create an innovative online course - but what are the benefits and drawbacks?

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Course Creation

Should I use a linear narrative structure for my online course?

Linear narrative structures are the most widely used and accepted online course format. When instructors use linear narratives, they deliver teaching content with a clear beginning, middle and end. Course linearity seems like a good choice for an instructor looking to create an online course - but what are the benefits and drawbacks?

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