Both students and teachers can benefit from learning and teaching at times when they are more convenient and productive. As a result of online learning and teaching, the process of engagement can be broken down into smaller more frequent portions of time, with opportunities to reflect between them.

There is a good chance that you are aware of a great deal more than you could ever imagine. Tell me about your hobbies and interests. Is it the first time you have been working? If you have chosen something that interests you, why not consider teaching others by creating a free course on Udemy? Even if you are not an expert, with a little Internet search into a subject, you may be able to curate enough material to create an introductory course, even if you are not an expert in the field.

In recent years, more and more educators around the world who have previously taught in a traditional classroom setting have turned to online learning for their students. Using virtual classrooms offers flexibility to students enrolled in online certificate and degree programs, and it also gives highly qualified and knowledgeable educators a new teaching opportunity.
In case you find this somewhat interesting, you may wish to attend a short and free introductory course on Udemy and how to create a course if you are interested.

The following topics are covered in this course:

What is Udemy? What is it?
How can I teach on Udemy?
How much can I earn from Udemy?
Should I offer my first Udemy course for free or for a fee?
What type of Udemy course should I create?
What type of camera should I use to film a Udemy course?
What type of microphone should I use to record a Udemy course?
How much lighting will I need to film a Udemy course?
Do I need any special software to create an Udemy course?
How can I market my course on Udemy?
How can I market my course on Udemy outside of Udemy?
How can I expand my online teaching business beyond Udemy?