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    Developing and delivering a college course?

    About 2 years ago, I started developing a curriculum for a graduate-level course that I was proposing at a university as an adjunct. While I did get good feedback and interest, it has never gone beyond that.

    I would still like to deliver this course after all of my hard work and research. Any suggestions on where to deliver such a course over the Internet? I realize that if my local college isn't going to do something with it, maybe there is another outlet out there.

    Also, anyone have experience with Planetizen's courses?
    "A day without sunshine is like, you know, night." --Steve Martin

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    I'm answering this from Australia so I don't really know the US context; but our professional Institute (the Planning Institute of Australia) offers a range of continuing professional development courses. Maybe your course, depending on what the content is, could be offered in a similar way.

    Moderator note:
    (Gedunker)JkiwiM that link isn't really appropriate here in the professional forums, but rather the Friday Afternoon Club subforum. Link deleted. Carry on!

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