• Beginner

40 Tips on Making a Great Online Course

  • 1 hour, 18 minutes
  • Wed 09 2020
  • 10 Student Enrolled

Free Course: 40 Lessons I wish I knew when I started teaching online..

4 3 Reviews

Course Overview

Course Content

Course: Understand solutions to 40 common online teaching problems, including advice on:
Course: 1: Video Quality Time Savers
Course: 2: Audio Quality Time Savers
Course: 3: Computer & Editing Software
Course: 4: Storage and Backups
Course: 5: Preparing to Record Your First Course
Course: 6: Re-recording Beats Over-editing
Course: 7: What My Video Recording Studio Looks Like

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Item Reviews - 3

Rhyan Stark Tue 08 2020

4

Being a teacher I'm always shy of online stuff but this was good. I looked at a few of these and I really liked this one. I got all kinds of tips and stuff from this too. it really made me think and it could be a great place to could for stuff. I noticed some other things I liked too. Like the topics or niches as they say. It wasn't the usual stuff. I know that all of these are the most popular ones though. Health and Fitness was good I got a few of them.

Alexis Martin Tue 08 2020

3

Videos are great. I like a video rather than a PDF I've seen on some. These are pretty good too, well the ones I got are. Sure some will be better mind. I'm a lecturer so if fitted what I'm working on currently.

Marcelo Moreira Tue 08 2020

5

All good. Like it. I will be back for more mind.

Course Features

  • Student Enrolled:7
  • Created:02/09/2020
  • Duration:1 hour, 18 minutes
  • Skill Level:Beginner
  • Language:English
Course Price

$ 14.00

Course Features
  • Understand solutions to 40 common online teaching problems, including advice on:
  • 1: Video Quality Time Savers
  • 2: Audio Quality Time Savers
  • 3: Computer & Editing Software
  • 4: Storage and Backups
  • 5: Preparing to Record Your First Course
  • 6: Re-recording Beats Over-editing
  • 7: What My Video Recording Studio Looks Like