When I go to a new ice cream shop - an event I try to make happen as often as possible - I like having the option of trying a free sample or two before buying something new.
How do I know I'll like this shop's version of coffee ice cream if I've never tried it before?
Peanut butter ice cream sounds delicious, but what if it's too rich for my taste buds?
I don't want to buy a $7 cup of ice cream without knowing I'll enjoy every bite of it.
So, I'm taking a page out of the ice cream shop model and am offering this "free sample" digital notebook for anyone who's still considering if they should buy my digital journal full course or even my digital notebook mini course.
For reference, my full course includes a digital bullet journal with 6 sections and 37 different page templates that you can customize. It also includes a series of 9 video tutorials that help you customize the journal to meet your exact needs. [Update: I've added a second journal and another video tutorial to the course. The second journal does not have the pre-designed page templates.]
The mini course includes 2 digital notebooks with 12 sections each and 5 blank page templates that you can use to design your own page layouts. There's also a couple videos to help give you some inspiration on how to use the notebooks.
So, what is included in this free sample notebook?
The digital notebook includes:
- 3 Section Dividers (so you can easily organize your content)
- 5 Page Layout Templates (a small selection from the 37 included in the full course)
- 1 Blank Page Template (so you can design as many of your own layouts as you'd like)
The course also includes:
- Links to two free resources that can help you start customizing your new notebook
I'm an English Studies PhD candidate working on my dissertation on children's and young adult literature, their new media adaptations, and pedagogy. I've taught undergraduate courses in children's literature, young adult literature, and composition. I currently blog about teaching tips, tools, and resources for new college instructors on my website, www.evereducating.com/blog. I also post YouTube videos with teaching-related tips on my channel, Ever Educating.