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This is Where The Future of Course Creating is Going #1841
August 29, 2021

In episode #1841, we talk about the features that the online courses of the future will have to implement to keep up with the times. A curriculum that encourages community, utilizes gamification, solidifies knowledge using projects, and holds attention via context switching has what it takes to hold its own in times to come.

TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES:

  • [00:25] Today’s topic: This is Where The Future of Course Creating is Going.
  • [01:31] The importance of community for course creation.
  • [02:21] How well gamification works for motivation.
  • [03:08] Bringing the university experience into online courses using projects.
  • [04:20] Holding attention by context switching.
  • [05:36] That’s it for today!
  • [05:37] Go to marketingschool.io/live to learn more about our upcoming live event.

 

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Maven

Anthony Pompliano

Shaan Puri

Kat Cole 

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