We recently connected with Rhia Perpetua Roma-llao, a NoSQL developer and technology instructor, to ask about her experiences teaching face-to-face and online courses. We also explored some of her favorite software programs and why she chose to share her course ideas on Courseography.
We recently participated in an interview with Edukatico, an online course search portal, on what we're attempting to do in the lifelong learning space to help instructors and experts find meaningful income-earning opportunities all around them.
We seek to recruit instructors and trainers from a variety of fields and subject matter areas.
This past month we partnered with two expert instructors who proposed their course ideas on our course proposal platform. Each of these instructors are entrepreneurs who run their own established training businesses.
They believe Courseography can assist them in increasing the visibility of their course offerings and services.
Let's meet them.
If you work in continuing education for an adult school, parks & recreation program, or college, you may not realize how difficult it is for instructors to apply to teach at your organization.
There are instructors out there who’d like to offer their short course or workshop through your program, but they can’t find you.
I was recently posed the question: “What is a ‘courseography’?” and thought I’d take a moment to answer.
Over the course of the past month, we’ve asked a number of instructors and learning providers to test and evaluate our course proposal platform.
We are working continuously to obtain feedback in order to build a useful space for our two core user groups.
Since our launch, we’ve sought to have community college lifelong learning programs in Northern and Southern California utilize the course proposal platform. Why?
If you've got a great course or speaking idea, turn it into a course proposal in just a few easy steps.
In this infographic, we identify the five key elements of a Courseography course proposal and what goes into each section.