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You may not consider teaching a very exciting profession, or at least not a lucrative one. But what if you could teach from homeor anywhere in the worldand earn a six-figure salary doing it? Tens of thousands of people make a great living teaching online courses from wherever they happen to be. And the more courses they teach, the more money they can make.
Online universities are sprouting up around the country and revolutionizing the way we teach and learn, and enterprising educators are cashing in. Traditional universities are offering more courses onlineand they need growing numbers of adjunct faculty to teach them. In Make Money Teaching Online, online educators Danielle Babb and Jim Mirabella explain how to get the education you need, find high-paying teaching jobs, and increase workloads and income.
Today, more than eighty percent of learners have taken at least one online course, and those numbers continue to rise. But rather than hire tenure-track professors, institutions are increasingly looking for part-time, remote educators to teach online courses. By teaching multiple classes, you can make much more money than most full-time tenured professors.
Step by step, the authors show you how to:
Make Money Teaching Online is the only guide you need to get started, find great teaching jobs, and earn more than you thought possible. If you want a personally and monetarily rewarding career in this revolutionary new industry, get online and get teaching.
"If you love to teach and understand the power and exploding force of online education, you will want to read this book."
Dr. Claudia Santin President, Northcentral University
"At a time when online teaching is becoming a popular vocation, the authors provide important insight into what it really takes to be successful in an online teaching career."
Maria Puzziferro, PhDDirector of Continuing Education, Colorado State University, Denver Campus
"A prospective faculty member embracing the guidance of this book will become a highly valued online faculty member."
Martha Hollis, PhD Online Dean, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
"If your goal is to become an online instructor, then my suggestion would be to purchase the book, read it, and put the techniques to work."
Joseph F. Ackerman III PhD candidate, Campus College Chair, University of Phoenix
"When two dedicated educators come together to write a how-to guide, the entire teaching community learns. The standards and ethics of the authors come through on every page. What a wonderful foundation for America's new love affair with distance education."
E. Stone Shiflet, PhDDirector, Northcentral University Writing Program
"By following the tips outlined in this book, I was successful in procuring an online teaching position. This is a must-read for anyone serious about finding financial independence through teaching."
Ronald E. Monard, Esq.Attorney at Law, Online Faculty, Northcentral University
"I strongly recommend this insightful, comprehensive primer for teaching online."
Arlene Blix, DPhil, RNProfessor, California State University at Fullerton
Very helpful book! The suggestions are incredible and I took so many notes!Published 1 month ago by KAS
Saturated job market. Links have far less online jobs and more stand-and-deliver posts. The days of "anyone can apply" are past.Published 7 months ago by Forth Wright
This book provides a wealth of advice and information that can be useful for the first time applicant who wants to teach whether online or on ground at a college or university. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Alana
It is not possible to make a living teaching online these days. At best, if you can find a job teaching, you may supplement your income. Read morePublished 8 months ago by A. Carr
Fantastic book for navigating the world of online teaching. Resources provided for conducting your search, tips included for technology requirements, and experienced advice on how... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Tara Ross
This is a wonderful resource! Highly recommended to anyone who is interested in teaching online or expanding on their current career as an online professor.Published 9 months ago by Chantel Slack