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Registration date : 2010-06-06
|Subject: Teach an Online Course to Promote Your Book at KSURF! Sun Jun 06, 2010 12:58 pm|| |
KSURF Virtual University is now working with published book authors to market
their book by creating an online course based upon their book. KSURF is a unique online learning community that offers a state-of- the-art virtual e-learning platform.
We offer affordable online continuing education courses to a mainstream
audience of all ages and backgrounds. Our primary audience is Baby Boomers, but
we are also interested in attracting Gen X/Y learners in their 20s-30s. About
75% of our audience lives in the U.S.
Teaching an online course at KSURF is easy and anyone with professional
knowledge or expertise can become an online instructor. We are interested in
short 6-8 week introductory courses in Computers, New Media, Web Design,
Internet, Business and Trade, Global Health and Environment, Human Services and
Social Work, Religion, New Age and Healing Arts, Creative Hobbies, Criminology,
Politics, History, Women’s issues, Cultures and Mysteries of the World and much
Benefits include: Your Profile Page will be included on KSURF’s Knowledge Web.
You will have your own attractively designed biographical page listing your
professional accomplishments, your website and blog URLs, up to $325 to write a
course or earn a royalty based on student enrollments, and you can earn an
e-Learning Instructor Certificate documenting your experience.
For Writers Guidelines and to submit a course proposal, go to [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]
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Registration date : 2009-03-28
|Subject: Re: Teach an Online Course to Promote Your Book at KSURF! Tue Jun 08, 2010 11:47 am|| |
This concept is interesting. It's like University of the People or Peer2Peer University. I think calling all of these entities "universities" is stretching it, but it does look like a way to reach people who otherwise can't take classes but want more structure in a learning endeavor than just reading a book.