Getting Started Teaching Online Webinar with Nick Armstrong

One of the most asked questions from clients the past two weeks has been "How do I start teaching courses online?" Since we're all trying to figure out how we can move our businesses to online venues, Nick Armstrong of WTF Marketing and Fort Collins Startup Week is producing a series of webinars to help people get started in the online realm. Yesterday I sat down and had an hour long conversation with Nick about getting started with online teaching.

There is a PDF download that goes with this webinar that you can download here.

This webinar covers questions like:
  • Equipment
  • Choosing Course Topics
  • Production Planning
  • Choosing a Course Platform
  • Pricing Your Course
  • Simple Marketing Strategy
You can watch the Online Teaching webinar below. To see the other webinars in the series please check out the Fort Collins Startup Week video page.

Finally, if you are interested in getting started with online teaching but you are confused about getting started, please get in touch and I'll be happy to answer your questions.

Special thanks to Peggy Lyle from Downtown Fort Collins Creative District for  her encouragement, support and sponsorship of this webinar.

** Disclaimer: I've used Zoom video conferencing for many years. It's usually not this jittery. Between my old computer, millions of new Zoom users and three people using video conferencing at the same time in my house, the quality of this recording took a hit. A couple of suggestions to get better quality Zoom connections and recording...use a hard wired network cable to plug into your router rather than depending on wi-fi, and make sure that all other windows besides Zoom on your device or computer are closed unless you need them.


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