Design vs. Develop vs. Marketing an E-Course: What’s the Diff?

Currently, there are educational offers on how to create an e-course that focus on choosing a topic for your market’s needs, how to brand and deliver your course, perhaps build a mini/test version, initiate your launch process and scale up your business. All super important marketing topics.

But what about the intricate design required of a course? There are so many ways to create, weave and present your course that depends on your vision, audience, topic and learning goals.

Then, there is the actual development (the building) of the course. How much content should be in each lesson? What is the best exercise or engagement for each one? Would an illustration be better than a video? What can you reasonably expect your students to consume, complete and produce?

Read the full story by

Tags:

RELATED READS
Wearable Technology — The Next Big Trend in eLearning 5 Habits It’s Time to Break

From our Network

ej4 Launches "The Quad," A New Social Learning Technology

Using Change Management For Mobile Learning

5 Tips To Measure Employee Engagement With A Training Management Platform

Divide And Conquer With eFrontPro's User Management Features - Part 3

How Are Performance Support Tools Different From Training? 3 PST Examples Featuring Microlearning