Lesson 3 - Content organisation and systems
You will learn how to stay organised, on track and sane during the content planning, creating, delivering and reviewing phases.
Because if you don't? You'll likely end up throwing in the towel half way through because it all gets too hard, or regretting even starting on your content creation project. It's an overwhelming and sometimes daunting task to undertake - so giving yourself the best chance at staying on track, organised and kicking goals is really the only way to approach it!
In this lesson you'll receive my Content and Task Planner - and extensive instructions and demonstrations on how to use it to make your life easier.
Reading the article I mention below, will give you a very good idea of the process I went through to get this Library and the personalised educational sequence up and running.
Not sure you need this lesson?
I will outline the process that I use to stay sane (and help my clients stay sane) as professionals with a bucket load of knowledge, expertise and skills that need packaging into learning resources. If this is something you should be doing too (but are procrasti-cleaning at the thought of even having to start the process), take a deep breath and have a quick read of this article.
Want to first check out all the lessons in Curriculum Development?
Lesson 101: structure needs-based, outcomes-driven learning experiences that get results.
Lesson 1: create discrete modules of learning that have client centred, realistic goals to work towards.
Lesson 2: layer the learning experience, so that your clients can immediately use their new knowledge.
Lesson 4: ensure efficiency and productivity in your business.