Three Models for Running a Web-Based Electricity Cost Minimization Course

Three models exist, through which a web-based electricity cost minimization course can be run.

The first model, through which a web-based electricity cost minimization course can be run, is that in which the course materials are posted in a website (as tutorials), and people interested in the course then access them there. The arrangement can be such that the interested people have to sign up (for free or at a fee), before being allowed to actually access the course materials.

The second model through which a web-based electricity cost minimization course can be run, is that in which the course materials are emailed to interested learners. This is a very simple model to implement. For a start, the person running the course can sign up for, say, Gmail. Thereafter, he or she would only be visiting the Gmail.com sign in page on a regular basis, to send the course materials to the students, as they traverse through the course.

The third model through which a web-based electricity cost minimization course can be run, is that in which the course materials are packaged as videos, and posted online where students can access them. This model is very appropriate for this time, when most people seem to be averse to the idea of reading text, but quite open to the idea of absorbing information from videos.

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