Our “Top Ten” Word and Excel courses have a new content release program: DRIP. Has anyone used this technology successfully in online courses?
With DRIP programming, the lessons are released one day at a time. Students receive an email each day with a summary of the day’s goals and benefits. The emails also include an invitation to return to our course and enjoy the next topic. The purpose of DRIP programming is to “engage students” with more interactivity.
In the course below, students receive a daily email with a link to log in, watch a ten-minute video, download the eBook (PDf) and find sample spreadsheets. ,
This is BETA software and a new concept for me. What are your thoughts about this DRIP programming? Helpful or Inbox Overload? You can evaluate this DRIP programming by enrolling in our free course if you wish. You can also use this question to start a discussion. Please contact meif you have questions.
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