Creating Online Video Course Content

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Just using Paypal as a payment gateway and one of any number of approaches to managing access to content (like, for example, a membership plugin) can work just fine. The platforms listed here all manage access rights as an integrated part of the software and have done a good bit to streamline the e-commerce process. Many of them also streamline authoring of educational content and make it easier to integrate content, assessments, and social interaction (e.g., discussion boards) into a single educational experience. It all depends on what learning models you plan to use and how adept you feel at taking a more DIY approach. – Jeff
I’m not aware of any restriction on this. You own the content that you put into Udemy. The issue, though, is that Udemy is providing the tools to “structure the content” – i.e., providing the menu/links for a student to move from lesson to lesson. Still, if you course is mostly video – which it would be on Udemy – simply posting those videos on a different site or platform shouldn’t be that big of a deal.
Unlike many types of content where the mark of great content is did it entertain, did it grab and keep attention, did the person finish it? The mark of a great course is does it complete the goal of teaching what you want to teach? Was your student able to complete the course and then do the task if it’s a task related goal, make the behavioral change if it’s a behavioral goal, or recall the content if it’s a memorization and recall type of goal. Even the most entertaining content wouldn’t be a successful course, if it didn’t successfully teach the student the desired outcome.

For example, if you’re creating a knitting course, your target audience might not want to know every single thing about knitting in a Knitting 101 course. In fact, they don’t have any interest in knitting anything other than afghans. While your modules on mittens, and scarves, and ponchos may all be great and informative, your audience won’t care to watch them.  

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Here are five easy-to-follow steps for online course creation. At Northpass, we call this the Beginner’s Guide to Creating an Online Training Program as it will enable you to create an online course and deliver it when and where your learners need it. It is an iterative process that recommends you start small (with one course), learn from the process and your learners’ engagement, and adjust and improve your training program based on the feedback you receive from target learners.
We've finally arrived to the moment you've been waiting for… choosing the online training video that's getting an interactive makeover. Take stock of your online assets and gather a few online training video candidates. Then create specific criteria to evaluate each online training video. For instance, the online training video must align with your goals, have a high production value, and feature the key takeaways. Once you've picked the perfect online training video, insert it into the editing tool by uploading or importing the file. You can then trim the footage, add filters, or jazz it up with special effects, depending on the software.
How to Create Your First Online Course | SELLING ONLINE COURSES
How to Create Your First Online Course | SELLING ONLINE COURSES

The purpose of your online course should also help you to define the business metric you’d like to impact with your training. Traditionally, training managers, instructional designers, and L&D professionals are not accountable for business goals, but rather to simply create and deliver learning content. However, there is no better way to show the value and ROI of a training program than to affect business outcomes. To do that, you must start early by establishing business metrics you want to impact at this stage. For example, a business metric that can be influenced by training may be net promoter scores (NPS). We’ll expand on this example moving forward.
I have one question, being a real novice. I want to use a platform for on-line learning that not just allows for pre-taped videos, slide shows with audio, and other “static” mediums. I want a platform that allows for live teaching where I can either see the individuals (as I teach self-care/body work), hear the individuals and their questions (but they see me), and/or get their chats (latter being less desirable – other two being more as they create a real live classroom feeling). Which on this list does provide that live video teaching/ “conferencing” option. Or alternatively – do people mix and match platforms.
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If you have a clear picture of the media types and assets you’ll be using to develop your content, you’ll be ready to create your storyboard screens using the steps outlined below. However, if you’re unsure or are still deciding, skip to step 3 to get a better idea of the content and activity types you may want to include before moving forward with creating a storyboard. In any case, you can always update your storyboard along the way – just be sure your team is aligned on all of the changes before you do.
Best Video Editing Software for YouTube (Mac & Windows)
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