Wednesday, May 9, 2007

Certificate of Completion

I have been asked if there is a Certificate of Completion for the Entrepreneurship podcast course. I hadn't really thought about it, but it's an interesting idea. As I've said, this is a real course at Carnegie Mellon in a graduate level degree program. Of course, I couldn't provide anything that's official, but I would be willing to create a certificate. Please email me at jules@talkshoe.com and I will send you something.

I've gotten many many requests for the Certificate. If I don't send it to you, it's only because I'm busy or I forgot -- so you therefore have an Honorary Certificate ;-)

Mark

6 comments:

Thinker 2.0 said...

Podcasting is probably a great tool for actual distance-learning courses put on my all types of educational institutions. This course is a great example - add in some required assignments, grade your students, offer a certificate. Talk Shoe could offer to facilitate educational institutions in their course materials and make a percentage of distance-learning fees collected by the institution. Cheers! Shawn

Kallis said...

PEI University offers many online programs & courses which provides an excellent foundation from which to pursue a host of vibrant and exciting careers....!

Julienne said...

Dear Professor Jules, I am very thankful for your course, it is hugely helpful, and is just what I need in my work/life at present. I have been a humanitarian worker for many years and still am but needing to learn to make the projects more sustainable and proactive....Your classes are informative and interesting - I like your style! I would greatly appreciate a certificate of completion when I'm done that would be priceless .....I'm now up to Class 9a.Julienne

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