Time
1 hour 46 minutes
Difficulty
Beginner

Video Transcription

00:01
Hi, guys. Welcome back. I'm Katherine MacGyver, and this is your cyber, a creator on boarding today. We're going to go over. The creative resource is
00:10
so in our last module, you learned a little bit on how to use discord. And this module we're going to talk through the creator. Resource is available. So remember, this is all about you being successful. So I want you to understand what resources are available, the different types that there are, and the primary resource is that you're going to be using.
00:28
There's a lot more than at least I found that I referenced. I want you to know it's all out there, but these ones are going to be the key kind of seminal documents for you.
00:38
So the reason that we have all of these resource is is because we want to support you in your success. And we want to make sure that your autonomous and creative and what that means is is that these are the things that were saying are those baseline standards which then allows you all of this space for creativity and how you're going to convey your message
00:57
And what are you going to teach so a couple of things as far a standardization naming, convention slide background templates, these sorts of things. Making sure that you have these tools allows you to get to your course creation
01:11
and minimizes those delays. So I talked a little bit about how I was surprised when I created my course. I had some delays along with it. I didn't a lot myself. Enough time. Using these tools means that you don't have to recreate the wheel so that you can continue to work on your content and get your courses published.
01:30
So there are a lot of resource is out there. The way that you find your creator resource is, is in discord under your cyber, a creator community, you're going to be looking for. The hashtag creator Resource is channel in that channel. You're going tohave guides, templates, examples, rubrics
01:48
and some details on how to select a vendor. So a vendor guide from there.
01:53
When we're talking about guides, there are five of them teaching assistant course document course production, naming conventions, inciting guidelines. So if you remember from the very first module where I said that there were a couple of them that were going to be really important to you. Your course documents resource is this is gonna be your glossary. Um, where to find everything else and when to use it. We talked a little bit about the instructor production guide, and I said that that's going to be more important when we get to recording because it talks a lot about
02:25
the actual technical details of recording great modules. You're also as you're going through and creating your syllabus right now going to want to look at your course naming conventions document. So this is going to tell us how we name them. So we have consistency
02:42
and so that we know what to set up the platform for. So course naming conventions I would recommend looking at as you're starting to build your silver this
02:52
then when we move into templates. So we have lots of templates to use to make sure that you guys are investing your time in your brain power and what your best at being subject matter experts. So the two templates that I'm going to specifically call out for you is your cell of this template. When we finish this module, we're going to start talking about creating your syllabus. So my recommendation to you find the syllabus template and find the course naming, um, guidelines so that you know what to put in your syllabus and you can.
03:23
You don't have to rework that or read or fix it later on
03:25
the next one. Of course, the Sai Buri Slide templates. So this gives you the most up to date background fonts. Branding. This will save you some heartache later on, rather than having to go back and say
03:39
not do like I did and have to reformat your slides after you built all of them and recorded
03:46
eso, I would say, Get really comfortable with this. Look around. Talk to your cyber a team. If you have some ideas that you're not necessarily certain how to get into slides, take a peek at this. We also have some step by step guides for your labs. We have a glossary template, a quiz template.
04:02
Study guides. These were going to be more for your T A's, but if you get a chance, take a peek and see what they're going to be working on. And then we also have the cheat sheet template so still, all in your hashtag creator resource is channel. This is the next set of information that's available.
04:20
The next one, which is my personal favorite,
04:24
is examples. I'm a huge visual learners. So the fact that there's a syllabus example gives me an idea of where to start from when I'm building my celeb us. So as we go through our creator, resource is we have examples for syllabus. We have examples for the quizzes, and we have examples for the glossary. If you want more examples, say copies of modules Looking at content, don't hesitate to ping anyone in your cyber 18.
04:48
They'll be more than happy to share a little bit to get the juices flowing as you're thinking about building your course,
04:56
the last section we have our rubrics and vendors or the guide to selecting vendors so your rubric I wouldn't necessarily recommend looking at right now. I think more about it when you're looking at building your content and doing your recording. Your rubric is what the beta testers use to give feedback on getting the course to publication,
05:15
so knowing what they're going to be looking for has been very helpful for me because it hopes frame how I build my content and make sure that I hit some key points as I'm recording my modules. There's also a question rubric that's going to be for your quizzes.
05:30
And then there's a guy to selecting. Vendors will actually talk a little bit about vendors in another module, but know that it's there if you that something that you think that you're going to use through your course.
05:43
So today we went over what resources are available, how to find those creator Resource is and which re sources are important for you to reference right now. So as we finish this module, the resource is that I would like you to look at our your
05:59
Course creation documents guide. So that's your glossary of where you can find everything your syllabus, template and your syllabus. Example. Because the next thing that we're going to do is work on building your cell ofhis

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