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.
Creativity is very important when one wants to be seen in the very crowded social media market. Well-tailored images may just be that small extra edge that you have over your competitors so make sure everything you post is memorable and intriguing.
Asking for feedback puts you into a rather vulnerable situation, but it’s the only real way to find out what you can do better when designing your online courses. The feedback your learners give you about your course can be pure gold. Here are 4 ways to get it:
Making online courses interactive is compulsory if one wants to meet the expectations of today’s learners. It takes the right amount of narrative, game mechanics and technology to come up with a balanced yet engaging formative experience.
There’s just something magical and fresh about turning a new page, planning for the future, and celebrating the achievements of the past year. And what better way to celebrate than making some resolutions of your own? Here are some ideas to get started:
Entrepreneurs can benefit most from the many advantages of video, especially with Instagram’s 2018 decision to offer IGTV. Even though IGTV is similar to Instagram stories, offering the possibility to add a swipe-up call to action in the videos, the main difference is that IGTV content remains indefinitely on the channel on which it was posted.
Feedback is essential to successful learning. If you care about the people who buy your courses — and of course you do — you want them to be successful in their learning endeavors. One way to ensure that is to incorporate feedback throughout the course so that they know they’re on the right track or get back on it fast. Here are some tips to giving feedback to your online students:
If chatbots were once considered a much-hyped trend, they seem to be here to stay. They can answer questions and show people around an online store, can help online entrepreneurs generate leads, implement a customer care system, and generally make a visitor’s stay on your website more pleasant.
Podcasting does not take as many props and tech as other online marketing means. It is, however, very relevant for modern audiences and you can’t miss out on the opportunity to promote your business through this channel. So now that Christmas is approaching do your list of subjects and people, check it twice and start recording.
Picking an idea for an online course that sells well means that it’s time for you to think like a scientist and not base an entire course on your assumptions about what people need. Here are the questions to ask yourself in order to come up with the best online course idea that will actually sell: