Now that you have your outline it is time to create your course. There are several different methods you can use, depending on what you want to offer.
PDF instructions – create it in Word, then save it as a pdf. Super simple. I found a template I liked, then used the basic template for all of the sections I used it in. That just makes it look more professional.
Video instructions – the best method I’ve found for doing video instructions is by using Camtasia. Here is the link – http://discover.techsmith.com/camtasia-brand-desktop/ You can try it free for 30 days – again should be long enough for you to create your product.
Here are some examples –
Teaching how to do something – do a video of it using your camera or cell phone, then you can import it into Camtasia.
Create a presentation – then use the screen capture of Camtasia to change it into a video. This is how I created most of the videos in my NCLEX course. I started with a template, put in my outline, then filled up the content that I needed. Reviewed it a couple of times and then recorded it. When I recorded it, if I messed up, which will happen, I just included an extra long pause and then I edited it out before uploading it to the website.
If you’re explaining how to do something on the web you can record the screen while you’re doing it and then edit it as needed.
Here are more examples – http://www.elearninglearning.com/camtasia/examples/
This could be a live Q and A with the people that purchased your course, or it could be live one on one instruction. Google Hangouts makes it super simple to do either one of those. Here are the details – https://support.google.com/hangouts/answer/3115553?co=GENIE.Platform%3DDesktop&hl=en-GB