Creating Collaborative Udemy Courses With Other People
OVEE/ODEC Udemy Chat

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Are you interested in teaming up with someone else so that you can create a Udemy course? In this week’s OVEE CHAT hangout, we discussed the ins and outs of creating courses, including contracts, how to find the right people and how to split revenue. There were some excellent points made by a very knowledgeable panel, so make sure you check this one out!

Original Program (1:25:19)


TST:Golden Nuggets

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Introducing Panel of Udemy Instructors 

Hosts Mark and Philomena Timberlake Welcome Scott Paton, Jeremy Deighan, Gisela Echeveria & Jonathan Levi

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The Many Benefits of Udemy Collaboration

If You’re Not an Expert in Everything, then Collaboration

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Scott Paton reveals his Udemy Collaboration Methodology

Scott’s simple steps for course reaction with content experts

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Think Long Term when Co-Producing Udemy Courses

Keep the Content Expert Around to Answer Student Questions

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Tight Control and High Standards – Key to Udemy Success

Jonathan Levi Discusses the Up Side for Being a “Massive Control Freak.”

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The Sweet Spot when Selecting Udemy Course Instructors

Jonathan Levi’s shares guiding principles

#7 of 13
Jonathan Levi Extols the Virtues of Entrepreneurship

It’s Not About the Money, It the Choice.

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Udemy Collaboration, Trust but also have a Contract

According to Gisela Echeverria, To Build Trust, You Must First Trust.

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Jonathan Levi’s Top Tips for Udemy Co-Instructors

Written Contract Should Set Expectations, List Milestones and Outline Reporting Structure.

#10 of 13
Untangling Copyright Issues for Udemy Co-Instructors

When One Udemy Instructor is in Control, Both Need A Contract.

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Ins and Outs of Contract Basics for Udemy Co-Instructors

International Panel of Udemy Experts Share Legal Insights for Course Collaborators

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Splitting Revenues when Co-Producing Udemy Courses

International Panel of Udemy Experts Share Legal Insights for Course Collaborators

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Revenue Split Basics for Co-Produced Udemy Courses

Lots of Options, But Be Careful about Co-Marketing Udemy Courses


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Scott Paton
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Jonathan Levi
Instructor, helping others achieve their own personal goals.,
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Gisela Echeverria
Freelancer and Udemy’s Instructor in the Personal development Area



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Jeremy Deighan
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The SCOTT Treatment: Video Assistance for Your Online Course

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The SCOTT Treatment includes collaboration for Udemy and other online courses. Let me perform the time and labor intensive tasks of online course creation, including video post production and uploading/formatting course materials. This will leave you free to do what you do best: Share  your depth of subject specific knowledge and experience with passion and conviction.

For more information, let’s connect. Scott [at] TheSCOTTtreatment [dot] com , or click here.