If you’re an Instructional Designer or Curriculum Developer, pulling multimedia or digital technology into your curriculum can be a great way to make your curriculum more interactive, interesting, memorable, and effective. However, you want to be mindful about which digital resources you include. I’ve created this FREE checklist to help you evaluate whether or not to use content from a digital media source (such as a website, game, etc.) in your upcoming curriculum or instruction. Enjoy!
Today, I want to share a quick video about something that I get a lot of questions about: how to build your own website without having to hire a designer. Believe it or not, you can build your very own website for FREE from the comfort of your own home, without having to pay a web designer or a web developer to help you. Best of all, no previous design experience or knowledge of computer coding is required.
When it comes to building your own website here are many tools out there. My recommendations are the 3 W’s: WordPress, Wix, or Weebly. Although I’ve used all three, most of my clients are on the WordPress platform, which is famous for its “five minute install.”
In this video, I’ll show you how to create your very first website on your own. Follow along to get your website up and running right now: