I have experience teaching at the college level!
Anthony: Teaching online is all about learning the software program that the institution you want to teach at uses. There are many - "Blackboard" comes to mind. Ask the school you want to teach at which program they use and ask if they offer classes on how to use that software program. With your teaching experience, all you will have to do is put what you know into the software and away we go.
A good way to get started is to approach the school about teaching continuing education classes. You develop the curriculum on your time and as students sign up, you get a fee to run the class based upon how many students sign up.
Thanks for your question!
A similar question was asked back in August. Some of the answers there might be helpful for you: https://acp-advisornet.org/questions/4458
I also recommend you reach out directly to one of those advisors who answered by using the private message feature.
You can search for more advisors to private message by heading to our Community page: https://acp-advisornet.org/community/advisors
You can refine by industry and experience to narrow your search.
I found one advisor who works as Director of Online Learning for a college: https://acp-advisornet.org/community/wjdcxc/Ariel-Margolis. I'm sure he has some advice for you!
I hope that helps and best of luck,
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