Hello people, IAMA Dutch education and knowledge management student with great interest in E-learning and I strongly believe E-learning can build bridges over the gap in education between students from wealthier and less wealthy families.
Next year I will be starting a premaster in Educational Science and Technology and after my masters degree my goal is to develop freely accessible interactive learning environments for all people in the Netherlands to freely use and enrich themselves.
Comming Februari I've been given the chance to develop an e-learning course for struggling students in my own university. I may create an online platform on which my fellow students can view videos of me teaching them Advanced Placement Biology and download handouts and other material for them to use as they please. I plan to also distribute these classes among local high schools and universities to freely use.
The Adapt Authoring Tool is running quite well on localhost, and I managed to feel like an absolute computer expert following the instructions and doing the prerequisite stuff in CMD. But here's the kicker: I'm absolutely incapable of making a website to distribute the courses on.
I want to keep expenses as low as in any way possible, so I can not hire a professional partner to create the website for me. I do know people who work as frontend and backend developers and a guy with a pretty big IT firm but I hate to ask for handouts without at least partially knowing what I'm asking for.
How can I learn what I need to be able to host my own website? Where can I learn how to get my courses on there?
I apologize for my ignorance, and am very willing to learn.
Rik van Steenbergen