Art History Content Writer
Online Lesson Writer – Art History (Contract)
Study.com is dedicated to making education easily accessible and highly valuable. Our art lesson writers develop rich, quality lessons for students from middle school to college level. We’re looking for instructors, course developers, and educational copywriters to contribute to our library of engaging online lessons that cover topics within:
Given a lesson outline with optimized section headings and content prompts, you’ll create an engaging written lesson between 1000-2000 words as well as a descriptive title for the lesson. Each lesson will culminate in a brief summary to emphasize key concepts and prepare students for a short quiz. You’ll also write short, targeted answers for 2-6 preselected FAQs related to your lesson.
You can choose what you want to work on from a pool of lesson outlines covering a variety of topics around Studio Art & Art History. You will perform research to support the information in your lesson.
What We Offer
The Contract Process
You can view a step-by-step overview of the contract process here: How to Become a Freelancer with Study.com
The mission of Study.com is to make education accessible, and over the last two decades we’ve become the leading online education platform, deliveringapersonalized learning experience across a broad continuum of education for over 30 million students, instructors, and professionals every month.
We help empower millions of learners to achieve their education and career goals. We focus on increasing access to education because we know information is the ultimate equalizer and that education is key to upward mobility.
Come write for the company that was ranked 10th on Virtual Vocations’ top 25 list of best partners for remote work in 2021!
Here’s what past contractors had to say about working with us:
“The flexibility makes it a win, regardless of your schedule.” – Jenni
“Being a writer for Study.com has been a very positive experience for me and has helped me become a better writer and researcher. And you will be doing work that matters, too.” – Khristian
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