Monday, November 27, 2017

My First Udemy Course—Essential Digital Tools for Student Engagement

My course, Essential Digital Tools for Student Engagement on Udemy.

Finally, after 2 weeks of toiling with recording and editing, my first ever course, Essential Digital Tools for Student Engagement, is published on Udemy platform. Well, actually not quite the first ever course! I had published one course on Udemy (iPad for Teaching and Learning) a few years ago when Udemy is still in its infancy. The course was made available free.

Udemy platform has grown and evolved by leaps and bounds. I have been watching and following Udemy while exploring other platforms offering skill-based courses such as Skillshare and Lynda.com. I’m a big fan of all the three platforms. I have always dream to publish a paid course on Udemy and Skillshare. Now I have realised the dream! It’s a dream come true.

This is the era where almost anyone can teach and share the skill and knowledge with the global audience. I urge the readers of my blog to consider offering a course on Udemy and other online platforms. Keep in mind that Udemy, Skillshare and Lynda.com are designed mainly for skill-based courses (How to…). You can offer the course for free or as a paid course.

For knowledge-based course, there are plenty of online platforms available—among the best is Openlearning. Like Coursera, EdX, Udacity, Iversity, NovoEd and others, Openlearning is a platform of choice for Massive Open Online Courses (MOOC). These courses are mainly knowledge-based (rather than skill-based). So, if you have the knowledge to share, consider offering your MOOC on these platforms.

I will write another article on my experience (the motivation, process, workflow, issues, challenges) publishing my first (paid) course on Udemy.

If you are interested to join my course, just follow this link.

Watch the intro video below.








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