The difference between being a teacher and an online course creator

In the last 20 years, the knowledge industry has skyrocketed. Mostly established online, the e-learning business has become an alternative both to teaching and learning. Those who know the value of their knowledge and consider they can have a financial outcome become entrepreneurs, while learners of any age and social or educational background reach the knowledge business in search of courses to suit their needs.

Since the online world offers both those who want to teach and those who want to learn the chance to meet halfway regardless of time and space limits, most courses take place through dedicated platforms suitable for both sides involved in the process.

In recent years, the word “edupreneur” has frequently appeared to refer to entrepreneurs with a background in education. But what does this word refer to exactly?

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