Planning a Udemy Course – My Experience TPS169

TPS169I started outlining my first course for Udemy.com last week. In this episode, I talk about the software and process I’m following for the planning and the basic equipment I’ll be using for recording. I also share the podcasting equipment I use.

Use the links at the end of this episode to check out the items I mentioned.

Highlights

  • A lot of people I talk to are interested in creating online courses.
  • Udemy.com  is a great place – and one of the easiest ways – to get started.
  • Online training can be used when you are training people who work for you.
  • I picked a title for a course and used mindmap software to layout the course I’m doing.
  • Practice speaking into a mic extemporaneously.
  • You can export your mind map as an OPML file and import it into Scrivener.
  • I share some video recording techniques I’m using.
  • What do you want to know about regarding online courses.
  • Implementation is the key.
  • You need to be not be afraid of not getting it right the first time.
  • Lights and audio matter, but it doesn’t have to be network quality.
  • I discuss the equipment I use for my podcast.
  • There’s something you know how to do something that other people want to know about.
  • I’m immersing myself in everything I can in order to learn about doing online courses.
  • What would you like to do to share your wisdom? Let me know.

Links:

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Mindomo – Mind mapping software

Scrivener for MAC
Scrivener for Windows

Scrivener Courses on Udemy
(Use the Coupon Code fab13 for either course to pay only $15 for each.)
Learn Scrivener – a Quick & Easy Guide (for MAC)
Scrivener for Windows – A Quick & Easy Guide (PC)

Cowboy Studio Light Kit to use with Webcam 

Mic to use with Smartphone.
Adapter to use with an Android phone if using most mics.

LED Fill Light: Can also be used instead of Cowboy Studio if placed on a small tripod

My Podcast Equipment (PDF)