Follow the instructions if you have material that could become a course. We will vet your course to see if it meets our standard both in content and presentation before we make it available to the public.
Before we begin:
- This guide assumes that you already have your course content in handwritten form or in a text document.
- Note that your course must be properly spelt and grammar checked. Proper references must be given where you have borrowed from someone else’s work. See the Harvard referencing guide
- If you are going to create a course you must possess very good literary skills as we do not want to pass on bad literary habits to our students.
- You must have a very good command of the course subject i.e. your course must have a starting point that takes the student to a conclusion that is scripturally sound.
- Courses can be modular i.e small courses that go with other small courses to make up a full course.