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Writing an Online Course Mistake: Not using text-based content effectively in the course

Not using text-based content effectively in an online course can be a mistake because text is a common and familiar medium for learning, and it can be an effective way to convey information and engage learners. Here are some tips for using text-based content effectively in your online course:

  1. Use clear and concise language, and avoid using jargon or technical terms that may be confusing to learners.

  2. Use headings, subheadings, and bullet points to break up the text and make it more readable.

  3. Use examples and illustrations to help learners understand the material.

  4. Use formatting, such as bold, italic, or underline, to highlight key points and make the text more visually appealing.

  5. Use visual aids, such as images or infographics, to support your points and engage learners visually.

  6. Edit the text to remove any unnecessary or distracting content.

By following these tips, you can use text-based content effectively to engage learners and help them understand and retain the material in your online course.

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