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6 Reasons why any knowledge entrepreneur needs an email course

If only there were a way to: show a preview of your lessons, gain new leads fast and test out an idea before even launching a course. Oh wait, there’s absolutely a way to do that: that’s an email cour...

6 Practical tips on how to design a curriculum for your online course

I have previously talked about what curriculum really is and the various types of design it entails. That article was mostly theoretical, aimed at giving you an understanding of the concept beyond “it...

What online course creators should know about curriculum design

Developing quality online courses that are both interesting and useful may be quite tricky. Oftentimes, what seems like a fantastic idea fizzles once you start to apply it. Course design is very simil...

How to use infographics to enhance your course design

Infographics are very popular in the current online environment. They quench the visual appetite of digital natives and enthusiasts while also giving chunks of relevant information presented in a way ...

How to design great online courses? Begin with the end in mind!

Have you ever had to do a project and couldn’t figure out where to start? Was it nearly impossible to pick the perfect idea to even begin with? Maybe you didn’t approach the project from the right per...

3 Types of self-paced online courses that could work for your business

Whether you’re a small business owner looking to reach new audiences or an online entrepreneur that is just starting out, creating an online course is a great way of increasing your revenue. The marke...

Top 5 scenario ideas for awesome SBL courses

As people are turning to online courses for knowledge, upskilling, and personal development, among many other reasons, instructors will most likely see a spike in demand for interactive and practical ...

3 More design rules for your online course

Online courses are now more than ever an accessible way of learning. However, it’s not all about the content — the knowledge you sell — but also about how you present it. From font types to font sizes...

How to optimize the self-paced course experience

A version of this post was originally published on eLearning Industry, on May 3, 2020. Optimizing the learning experience is the holy grail of online courses. After all, it’s the key to attracting mor...

3 Online design rules to abide by when creating your course

Every type of content has to follow some conventions in order to meet the purpose of its creation; that is, to be understood in a sea of multiple disruptive factors, such as noise for spoken messages ...

6 Tips on using visual elements in online course design

Online course creators are often focused on the content of the course – getting all the relevant information in, making sure every source is correctly cited, organizing the information in a way that i...

4 Ways to create meaningful microlearning in your online course

In the age of speed, internet and accessibility people are very careful about their time. And while learning is something universally deemed useful and bettering, very long sessions will feel prohibit...

7 Things that may be wrong with your online course quizzes

Your online course outline looks great and you’ve already started working on your modules. Everything’s peachy so far, but you feel as if you’re missing something. Most likely, that something is a cha...

5 Things to remember if you don’t want to overstuff your online course

One of the most valuable things I learned in my first ever ‘Train the Trainer’ course was that I should think of myself as an iceberg. The information shared with the learners should be just about as ...

How to include gamification in your course design

Gamification as a concept has been around since 2002 when Nick Pelling coined the term but has become increasingly popular in the last decade. In a nutshell, gamification refers to the use of game ele...

6 Neuroscience tips for better online course design

Just do it! was a remarkably successful advertising slogan but it doesn’t quite apply to a situation where you want to create and market a new product online. There are a number of things you have to ...

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