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== Advertise or Share ==
You want to "advertise" your site if you are seeking for more people to participate in it
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*You want to "advertise" your site if you are seeking for more people to participate in it
You want to "share" your site if you are seeking for people to download your course structure and use it for their own.
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*You want to "share" your site if you are seeking for people to download your course structure and use it for their own.
  
 
== Licensing ==
 
== Licensing ==

Revision as of 07:34, 1 September 2010

Question to ask yourself

Why to publish a course

You have a great course, spent a lot of time on it, you want:

  • to share it with the world
  • to show your work
  • to sell your course design/methodology
  • to attract more participants (students, teachers...)

  • You want to "advertise" your site if you are seeking for more people to participate in it
  • You want to "share" your site if you are seeking for people to download your course structure and use it for their own.

Licensing

If you decide to "share" your course it is important to choose the right licence:

  • No licence: people can use your course, modify your course, sell your course...


How to advertise my course

How to share my course