eLearning and teaching online


eLearning and teaching online

Online learning is a booming industry, whether it's corporate training, collegiate classes or selling your personal training online, it's all something we should look at.

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I am off on my big running start and looking for people to work with!

Started by Dominique Saldana. Last reply by Ericka Joseph Feb 22. 1 Reply

I put up a new discussion on the main page sharing a great interview I recently heard on…Continue

My first Udemy Course

Started by Dan DeHass. Last reply by Ericka Joseph Feb 9. 14 Replies

I have launched my…Continue

Pathwright? Udemy? Moodle?

Started by Brian Del Turco. Last reply by Brian Del Turco Nov 2, 2014. 10 Replies

I'm intrigued with Pathwright for developing an online course(s). It seems you can develop your own brand and utilize your own site?Appreciate any perspective on Pathwright vs. Udemy and the…Continue

online course question

Started by Bob Fraser. Last reply by John Chang Aug 6, 2014. 10 Replies

Can  I host an online course from my website or do I need a platform like Udemy?Continue

eLearning and Online Training Blog

The Rapid Growth of Online Education – Infographic

We all know of the explosion of growth in the online education sector, but did you know that this same growth is also in the corporate training market, as well as entrepreneurs who are creating online courses?

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4 scary mistakes in your training videos

We’ve all seen bad training videos, how to videos, tutorials and eLearning videos. In fact, some of them are scarier than Halloween. While the content of a training video may not be Oscar worthy or as funny as a Jim Carey movie, there are a few things you can do to improve them. You may… Read More →

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What your WordPress theme should and shouldn’t do

WordPress is a powerful CMS (Content Management System) and it’s popularity is only increasing. We use it for many of our client’s websites that we develop. We love it for its flexibility, robust features and that many clients can add blogs, photos, videos and other content themselves. Here are just a few reasons why we… Read More →

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Comment by Ericka Joseph 15 hours ago

Hi Everyone. 

I need your help with a review. 

I recently released a new Udemy Class “Secrets of a Homeschool Mom: Tips, Tools, and Techniques”. This class is geared for those thinking about homeschooling in the future. My goal is to get at least 20 Reviews. Right now, I have 2. If you are interested in the class below is a free coupon. Grab yours quick, the coupons will not last long.


Udemy has launched a new feedback box, it will pop-up while you are on the class. That feedback is for Udemy only, you will have click at the top right to “Write a Review.”


Comment by Ricardo 'ReAsOn' Butler on September 20, 2014 at 5:19pm

QUESTION: Which is better for Surveying? Google Forms or Survey Monkey?

Comment by Camden Ross on August 22, 2014 at 2:10pm

I listened to this episode earlier this week and really enjoyed it. Now to sit down and apply what I learned. :)


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Comment by Jeff Long on August 22, 2014 at 12:24pm

Hey everyone. I want to thank you all for being a part of this group. I think there is HUGE potential for growth in the eLearning/Online Training field, which is why I'm passionate about this topic. 

I just heard an awesome SPI podcast interview of 2 school teachers that just made more in one month than many will make all year. My parents are both college professors and it's one of my dreams to help them start an online training site. http://www.smartpassiveincome.com/teachers-online-business-shane-jo...

I hope everyone had a great week and can't wait to hear the success stories that come out of this group. Keep posting those discussions and let me know if I can help you with anything.

Comment by Ericka Joseph on August 14, 2014 at 7:14am

Hi Everyone,

Not sure if you received this Blog from Udemy on setting up Google Analytics on your course page:


Group Leader
Comment by Jeff Long on July 28, 2014 at 8:05pm

Thanks for joining the group Colleen. Jump on in and get involved.

Comment by Colleen Reiter on July 28, 2014 at 6:41pm

Hi everybody! I'm new to this group but not to the 48Days community. Being a lifelong learner and a teacher at heart, I expect to utilize online courses with my clients. I look forward to contributing to this group as well as to learning from you guys. Blessings! Colleen

Comment by Brenda Mueller on May 26, 2014 at 5:30am

Hi Ericka,

I hope your friend joins too. Those three things that he mentioned are part of the journey of being a music teacher. Being a part of this group may be a help to him.

Comment by Ericka Joseph on May 25, 2014 at 3:51am

Hi Brenda:

Welcome to the group.  I recently had the conversation with a friend who is a musician about teaching online.  He stated what he did not like about private tutoring was the travel, time and the children's interest changed often. Him and I did some brainstorming, so I hope he joins you as an online music instructor.

Group Leader
Comment by Jeff Long on May 22, 2014 at 5:46am

Brenda, welcome to the group. That's great that you are teaching people online! Keep up the good work and let me know if I can help you with anything.


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