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The posts in this category address various topics related to the design of online courses

meaningful microlearning in your online course
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4 Ways to create meaningful microlearning in your online course

Course design

Even if your long-term goal is to create and sell comprehensive online courses, it’s important you don’t overlook the growing appetite that audiences have for microlearning. If you want them to buy your intricate and delicious four layered cake, you’ll have to convince them with a taste of a skillfully made slice first

online course quizzes
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7 Things that may be wrong with your online course quizzes

Course design

Quizzes are an integral part of a self-paced course so you want to spend some time learning how to get them right. There are a few mistakes that even more experienced course creators make. It’s up to course creators to make quizzes engaging enough so they serve their final purpose: help learners retain what they’ve learned.

include gamification in your course design
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How to include gamification in your course design

Course design

Using gamification in online courses can have multiple benefits, including an improved attitude towards learning, higher motivation and better engagement rates. Here are a few tips on how to include gamification in your course design:

Neuroscience tips for better online course design
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6 Neuroscience tips for better online course design

Course design

Taking neuroscience into account when designing an online course will render the content more relevant and engaging. These clues about our fascinating brain are valuable to anyone looking to design learning in today’s awesomely distracting online environment.

photo editing tools for online course creators
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Top 5 photo editing tools for online course creators

Course design

Whether you want to edit your own pictures or you select them from the Internet, there are numerous online photo editing tools to choose from. They vary from free to reasonable priced, and can be used by both professional and amateur designers. Here you have five awesome photo editing tools that you can use to make your online course look stunning:

start designing courses
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Don’t start designing courses before reading this [Part 1]

Course design

You don’t need to be a teacher or experienced instructional designer to share your knowledge. In fact, many people would benefit from what you know, even if it’s your own personal experience. Taking some steps first such as clearly defining your audience, course goals and objectives, or a solid outline makes it easier to create more value for more people.

consider gamifying your online course
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Why you should consider gamifying your online course

Course design

The gamification of online courses represents the future in what e-learning really means, since it creates extrinsic motivation, it opens the door to a new learning environment, more efficient and effective, it accepts failure/errors as the basis for successful learning, it boosts memory, it gives its participants the satisfaction of having achieved something on their own and it lets them have autonomy in their quest for knowledge.

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