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So, to put it all together, your complete course outline might end up looking something like this. Here is our previous example course on non-traditional ways for people with disabilities to get a job. I have broken the course outline into two columns because it’s starting to get lengthy. You will see our Lesson 1, “Non-traditional interviewing techniques”, with its three modules. But now we have added a quiz, covering the lesson. Then there is Lesson 2, “Preparing for a video resume”, but now there are two materials attached – a Sample Script for Your Discovery Discussion, and a Checklist on What to cover in your video resume. Lesson 2 also ends with a quiz.

So far in this course, our discussion of the components of a course has been in the abstract. In the next unit, we will discuss the digital pieces you need to make that will comprise your course, how to get it all together and how to deliver it to DETAC.

In this lesson we learned what a course consists of at an abstract level. A course is a series of modules or topics, grouped into lessons, and can include quizzes and materials.

In the next lesion we will learn the concrete products the subject matter expert needs to produce in order to make the modules and lessons.

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