It’s Easier Than You Think: Adding a Custom Certificate to Your Course

Online course building has a false reputation of difficulty. The myth is that content creation requires coding knowledge, graphic design skills, and extensive audio/video know-how. […]

It’s Easier Than You Think: Adding Instructor Led Training to Your Course

If you’re a content creator or if you sell courses online, you’ve probably heard the term “blended learning.” If not, it’s a relatively simple concept. […]

It’s Easier Than You Think: Repurpose Existing PowerPoint Presentations to Create Online Courses

Building and selling online courses can be complicated. But it doesn’t have to be. Certainly, instructional design can sometimes involve coding, graphic design, video and […]

It’s Easier Than You Think: Using Web Archives to Create Course Content

Content creation has a bit of a false aura surrounding it. Too many people believe that online training has to be difficult to create or […]

How to Bundle Course Offerings in DigitalChalk

Another content delivery skill that course providers need to have is bundling. Put shortly, bundling involves putting multiple offerings into one single bundle, as the […]

Going Live with Course Content: Categories and Offerings

Up to this point you’ve learned how to create content and courses, upload course elements, and test your courses in DigitalChalk. Now it’s finally time […]

5 Steps for Testing Course Elements

In our last post in the content delivery blog series, we covered how to upload course elements. Now we’re going to demonstrate how to test […]

Uploading Course Elements to Your Courses

If you’ve been following along with this blog series so far, you’ve learned how to create a course in DigitalChalk. With that knowledge, you’re now […]

Delivering Course Content: Creating a Course in DigitalChalk

Recently, we’ve covered content creation in our blogs. From filming and editing video to creating clean, professional, and engaging PowerPoint presentations, you should now have […]

5 Little-Known Facts about CAEP Standards 2019

For many teacher preparation programs, the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation—otherwise known as CAEP—is their Bible. These teaching guidelines are custom designed to […]

Using PowerPoints for Course Content

Nowadays, people likely know what PowerPoint is. If you’re not familiar, I suggest checking out a beginner’s tutorial on Youtube, like this. If you do […]

5 Tips and Tools for Editing Course Videos

Once you have developed a storyboard or script and have begun recording your video for your course, it’s important to know what the next steps […]

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