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Posted on 2014-03-30
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I have a small computer shop & have been teaching a few classes on weekends such as "Learning Windows 8". A lot of the people I've spoken with like the idea of being able to have an online class on the things I teach. Does anyone out there know of any service I can buy/purchase that would allow me to put my class videos online & lectures online so the students could buy the class from me & I could give them access to the class somehow??? It would be just like taking an online class but I'd be the instructor....I know I could use cloud storage or create something myself but i don't wont to recreate the wheel....any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks
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Patrick Bogers earned 500 total points
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Hi

I believe the answer is Udemy, www.udemy.com
Have a look there to create your own online course material.
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