The Harvard Business School, for instance, thought they would never offer online courses.
That has changed.
The Dean of Harvard Business School acknowledged that online classes can be an effective delivery platform.
Public schools in the US are adopting flipped classrooms. Corporations are more accepting towards blended learning.
The market is ready for eLearning. Is it time for you to come on board? Which online learning approach would you adopt?
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- 001 Reflections of an Online Educator Building an eLearning Business
- 002 Why Online Learning? Spreading Your Message Far and Wide Effortlessly
- 003 Create Online Courses or Be an Affiliate?
- 004 Sell Digital Courses or Offer eCommerce on your Website?
- 005 What’s New in Your New Business Year: Mindsets, Strategies or Processes?
- 006 What Online Courses Can You Create? What Expertise Can You Offer?
- 007 What if the Online Course You Want to Teach is Offered by Others?
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What do you think? How acceptable is eLearning to Academia and Corporations?