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Need tips for writing an e-courseViews: 346
Jul 10, 2006 11:53 pm re: Need tips for writing an e-course

Ron Amundson
It really depends on what you intend to achieve.

A me too course is easy, its pretty much a verbatim copy of something you would create in a book format, with maybe a few q-a at the end. They are a dime a dozen and easy to create, but have little unique value, other than perhaps a slightly different spin on a topic. If you are marketing to an established client base, and just want to brand something, this is simple and fast.

The other extreme is the creation of a learning environment, leveraging the capability of the web. Multimedia, interaction, team based projects, interactive testing and achievement statistical measurement, programmed learning, etc. The sky is the limit. Otoh, the overhead to create such a presentation is intense, and you really want to be sure that your market is interested before going down that path.

And its not an either or, the vast majority of e-courses are aligned with the me too variant, yet a few take steps towards the learning environment approach. My guess is that over time, more and more people will gravitate toward the higher end approach, as the me-too arena gets saturated.

Thank you
Ron

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