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Develop Your Learning Management System Skills

by | Jan 6, 2014 | Tips & Tricks

If you are new to the world of technology it will take time to develop your skills when creating online courses with an learning management system (LMS). You can use these tips to help you hone your skills quickly and get your courses online.

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Glean inspiration from others

Use others as inspiration when creating your courses. This is one of the simplest ways to develop your learning management skills, because it allows you to see what people have done previously and what has or has not been successful. This can be a time saver for those that want to create a nice looking course, but aren’t sure where to start.

Choose PowerPoint

PowerPoint is a great tool to use when creating courses on a learning management system. It is a blank canvas for you to do what you want and be creative at the same time. There are also many resources that allow you to download free templates if you need a good starting point. This allows you to think more outside of the box, but still have guidelines along the way of developing your online course.

Don’t be afraid to ask questions

When you are stuck or need help at any point during the creation process, it is important to remember that you can always ask for help, rather than spending too much time trying to figure it out on your own. There are many forums that you can easily post your questions and have a community at the ready to help and give advice.

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