March 21, 2007

Help me decide how to deliver my e-course

I've just about finished up my seven-part e-course on public speaking. It's got questions, examples, "homework," exercises, tips, and other ways of making self-study more effective for you - sitting right at your desk! It's an expanded version of the public speaking workshop I give in person or as a teleseminar, and I've divided it into seven sections so it can be sent out a week at a time.

Now I'm contemplating putting it all together and sending it out as one document (28 pages). What kind of program would you prefer? What kind of e-course works best for you?

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3 comments. Please add yours! :

Unknown said...

Here is what we are doing with our membership class which is four sessions. We printed out the handouts. Then, we gave the information necessary to complete the info on those. Then, we put a companion video on the internet for each session. So, just a thought. Why don't you put together an mp3 for each session as the introductory stuff. Then, direct them to the work on each session. PDF now has the ability to have fill in the blank stuff as well so you don't compromise your material. I have lots of ideas for you!!! laugh

Rowan Manahan said...

Bite-sized chunks Lisa!

If your material is as thought-provoking as your Blog, you will need to give your readers/participants time to digest and internalise the ideas you are espousing.

Lisa Braithwaite said...

Thanks for voting, guys, and for the comments. Keep 'em coming!

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