Online Learning Minute: How to Leverage Current Educational Content


On this episode of MarketScale’s Online Learning Minute with host Brian Runo, Runo highlights best practices for adapting and leveraging current content in a push toward online learning.

Though building out robust and thorough courses with plenty of online-friendly and tailored content is ideal, these courses can integrate training materials, handouts, and more that have already been developed.

Essentially, it boils down to this – having content in a course, of any kind, is better than nothing at all.

To effectively utilize previously created content, Runo said breaking down that content into small, bite-sized pieces is critical.

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