Archive for October, 2018

Joel Sartore talks about his experience making courses that have grossed more than a million dollars, tips for course creators, and his work on the Photo Ark, capturing images of every species on the planet.
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Well, if there’s one thing I learned while shooting my own course ("How to Nail Your Course Concept Step-by-Step") recently, it’s that if anything can go wrong…it WILL go wrong!

Starting from the flat tire I got while racing out to pick up flowers for the set, and ending with the video files literally taking days PER FILE to upload…well, let’s just say I have needed every ounce of patience during recording week.

So here are a few lessons—life lessons as well as technical lessons—from my experience.

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Ever wonder what equipment you need to record your online course? Making decisions can be overwhelming!

In this episode of Online Course 911, I'm going to make all that overwhelm go away by taking you behind the scenes as I get ready to record "How to Nail Your Course Concept Step-by-Step," my own online course. I'll show you how to keep your recording equipment simple as well as how to step it up a bit!
 

Did the online course revolution ruin the quality of education or make it better?

In this episode, we ask this big question and discover why standards need to be proposed and raised.

If you care about the quality of your online course, sign up here for 1-on-1 coaching with an expert who can take your teaching to the highest level. 

This week's post is a blog, not a vlog, to show you what subscribers get weekly. When you tell a story in your online course, the first rule is to tell it ONLY if it serves the content. Don’t tell stories just to entertain us. Make your story WORK for you.

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