Over the last few months, I’ve done quite a bit of thinking about Courseography and I’ll begin to outline some of these changes more fully in the weeks and months ahead.
For the time being, though, I’ve sought to personalize the experience for every user. To achieve this, it won’t be through technical wizardry or automations in the app, it’ll be through me. I will talk to you more. I will share with you more.
On some level, I thought I needed to pretend to be a large company with all the answers so that a community of users would follow me. That way of thinking is done.
You’ll notice three distinct pathways I’ll use to connect with users (and there will be more):
Weekly emails, not pretty newsletters. They’ll be informal. We’ll laugh, we’ll cry, and we’ll learn. Together.
Simple course verification: I’ve set up the creation of a course proposal as an instructive process. Through that, we’ll refine your course and discuss your goals 1:1.
For learning providers who need extra support, I’ll personally assist you with your special projects.
We’ll detail all of this in the near future. For now, in the spirit of Labor Day holiday, I want to tell all instructors who are part of Courseography:
I appreciate you. Thank you for your willingness to share your ideas. You inspire me.
August 30, 2019
I'm not quite sure where summer went, but Labor Day weekend is officially here.
In the spirit of the holiday, I'm inspired by the course ideas you've contributed to Courseography, and I think it's only fitting we acknowledge some of the creative titles you've shared recently.
Taught by Alice Blehart, an accomplished TV and film writer, she offers her skills and experience to help others learn the ropes of the game, both as a player and a game master. Alice is now a verified instructor on Courseography.
The instructor, Joe Petricca, is a writer, filmmaker, and educator. In this course, he shows you how to develop your idea, turn it into a short film, and enter it into film festivals worldwide.
As an instructor who has created an account on Courseography, my intention will be to educate you weekly by email on how you can take your course idea(s) and translate them into meaningful teaching/training opportunities.
Courseography is not a big site or business. I'm one-person who seeks to share all of my knowledge and experience with you. If you have questions, ask them. I promise to respond as soon as I can.
I'll be in touch soon. Until then...wishing you a relaxing Labor Day weekend.
Yours in learning,
Michael at Courseography