Five Easy Tips on How to Record Professional Audio for Your Online Course

To ensure students are 100% engaged with the content, here are 5 easy tips on how to record professional audio for your online course.

How to Effectively Communicate and Influence Through Colour

Colour is a cue that gets your audience to see what you want them to see, feel what you want them to feel, and to do what you want them to do.

How to Create Course Images Your Students Can’t Miss

We are all familiar with the old saying ‘a picture paints a thousand words,’ and in many cases it’s true.  When choosing the right picture to put on your course banner you need to keep […]

Qualitative Vs. Quantitative Methods of Verification and Evaluation

. Once you design and create the course, one of your goals is to find out if the course objectives meet the course outcomes. In other words, if your students learnt what you expected them to learn.

Typography 101: Type Talks!

This blog post will tell you how to use basic graphic design and typography to your benefit in your OpenLearning course.

The Ultimate Guide For Promoting Your (Awesome) Course

Here are our 5 top tips for harnessing the power of your existing network of people to help you spread the word about your new and exciting Massive Open Online Course (MOOC).

How People Learn: Active vs Passive Learning

An important concept to think about as a teacher is how people learn best.