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Writing an Online Course Mistake: Not seeking or using feedback from students to improve the course

Not seeking or using feedback from students to improve your online course is a mistake that can hinder the success of your course. Feedback from learners can provide valuable insights into the strengths and weaknesses of your course, and can help you identify areas where you can make improvements.

To avoid this mistake, it's important to actively seek and use feedback from your learners. This might involve soliciting feedback through surveys, focus groups, or one-on-one conversations with learners. You might also consider using analytics and data to track learner engagement and satisfaction, and using this information to make adjustments to your course. By using feedback from your learners to continuously improve your course, you can enhance the overall learning experience and increase the chances of success for your course.

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