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LEARN HOW TO RELEASE YOUR EXPERTISE!
You will receive a detailed PDF document that teaches you how you can develop a high quality interactive online curriculum. The training in this document uses a live working example. (So you will have something upon which you can model your own projects.) You will learn how to develop content easily. You will learn how to configure your website for easy registration and payment processing. Your trainer is a credentialed educator, technology consultant and leading web developer.
Curriculum in this sense pertains to creating a website which is designed for people register and pay to take your classes or courses. You will learn how to develop an educational website where people pay to learn from your expertise. That is what this document will teach you. This gig is NOT about learning how to write a resume or CV. In other words, it is not a curriculum vitae, which means “course of life” (Latin).
Need to Launch a Learning Center?
Online curriculum development is coming of age as businesses (and not just educational institutions) see the advantages of its implementation. The Coaches Education Program of Open Water Source is an example of an effective online course. This course features membership website access features and functionality. It also features virtual attendants as well as online testing systems used by some of the most prestigious universities in the world.
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