Successfully Creating and Running Engaging Online Courses

Rusty Dornin, Kauffman Fellows Academy
This webinar took place October 11th 2017

Join this free webinar as Rusty Dornin, former CNN Correspondent and Director of Marketing and Communications at Kauffman Fellows shares how to create and run a course online in a time- and cost-effective way.

Creating and running an online course often seems like a daunting task: developing the curriculum, finding literature, creating videos, facilitating and giving feedback in the course, etc. It does not have to be—with the right approach, designing a curriculum, developing the course, and finding and creating materials does not have to be overwhelming.

During the webinar, Rusty shares best practices from her years of experience facilitating and producing online courses and how her experience as a journalist helped with designing and producing the courses. Storytelling can be a big part of helping students to engage in the course. She’ll elaborate on course creation, design, and facilitation and will leave you with actionable advice for running an engaging online course.

View this webinar to:

  • Learn how to successfully produce online courses
  • Find out best practices in course facilitation and design
  • Understand how storytelling can play a big role in engagement
  • Hear how you can improve your upcoming online course
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Rusty Dornin is Director of Marketing and Communications at Kauffman Fellows. An award winning journalist with nearly 30 years experience in radio and television, Rusty spent more than half her career as a CNN correspondent. At Kauffman Fellows, Rusty oversees communications, marketing, video production, social media, and media strategy and helps build brand awareness for the premiere international program. A big believer in the art of storytelling, she helps Fellows tell their unique stories and build their own brand awareness.

Rusty was previously Vice President of Operations and Production for the Kauffman Fellows Academy, managing and producing online classes on entrepreneurship. She was a partner at NewsReadyNow, a media training and video production company, and was part of the founding team for NewsCertified Exchange, a site linking journalists with experts.

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