Firstly, if you have any questions about the course material send them to firstname.lastname@example.org
Same goes for any support issues – problem with videos, the website, etc. Just shoot an email over to email@example.com
We are currently working to create more robust and effective resources for you including:
- A Private Member’s Only Facebook Group to engage, help and learn from other members of LearnJazzFaster Monthly as well as Joel, Myself and Other LJF Teachers & Guests.
- A ticketed support system to get any technical issues solved quickly.
- A regular ‘Office Hours’ google hangout where you can ask your questions directly to Joel, myself and other LJF teachers.
I don’t want to promise a hard date for when these will be launched. But hopefully these resources will be available for you in the first few months of 2016.
Here’s how to get the most out of the content in the LJF Member’s area:
Go through the entire course once – Watch any videos, read any content, look over the checklists, cheat sheets, etc.
Don’t worry about putting anything into practice until you’ve got an understanding of the overall course.
This is especially true for the ‘Jazz Practice Plans’ we are developing to begin monthly release in January 2016.
These ‘Jazz Practice Plans’ are meant to be step by step plans. Once you’ve checked out an entire plan you should go back through and follow the plan step by step.
For the masterclasses and interviews simply go back through and pull out the information that is most relevant for your current situation. And put it into action in your daily practice.
Lastly, here’s how to use the course interface:
View the example interface below
- Progress Bar – The Progress Bar shows you your status with each course – what percentage of the course is complete.
- Course Sections- Each course or plan is organized into ‘course sections’. This one shows 3: Start Here, Your Foundation and Crafting Your Musical Plan.
- Check boxes – Simply check the box to mark the section as complete – this will be reflected in the ‘your status’ progress bar.
- Course Steps – Most course sections contain several ‘lessons’ and/or practice steps.
- Arrows – Use the Arrow Buttons to open and close the lessons and practices.