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    As I’ve been creating courses in Lectora, I’d like to compile them into a portfolio. I’m not sure the best way to do that. Can anyone offer any guidance in what to do? I appreciate your help!

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    Upload them to the Community. It provides structure and the resulting portfolio will be accessible via this link: https://community.trivantis.com/members/ascott7223/

    Alternatively, you can start a blog on WordPress or Tumblr and upload courses there. Or create an Instagram account, add course screenshots and link to the courses hosted on e.g. Dropbox or Google Drive.

     

     

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    Thanks Sergey! Will I always have access to the community, even after I leave my current position and no longer have Lectora access? Maybe that’s a question for Jennifer Valley. I’d hate to lose access to my portfolio just because I changed jobs. If I were to upload to a website, how do I do that? Click Publish to HTML, but then how do I put that project on a website.

    Sorry for the basic questions. Thanks for your patience!

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    Yes, you will have access to the community as long as it exists.

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    I have a blog post coming out soon that talks about using the community as a portfolio.  If you’re not already be sure to subscribe to get notified when content is added. I think it’s coming out the 24th…..http://trivantis.com/blog

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    Hi, I’m trying to find the answer to a question what do you do when you publish a course as an HTML. How do you publish it to a WordPress site?

    I’ve graduated SCORM and LMS but now I got a new challenge..:) basic one I guess but still a challenge at this moment.

     

     

     

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    ahhh…ok! got it!!

    unzip/upload index/put that url/done

     

    it’s inspiring just to ask a question

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    actually…it’s not working!!

    and it looks like it’s simple but even my IT was completely confused

    so…how do you put Lectora course published as html on a wordpress site?

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    I do think WordPress has several Scorm plugins, so you can actually make a working course and add that.

    SCORM Cloud in WordPress: Using the Plugin


    I am sure there are more…had it on my server a while ago…
    https://nl.wordpress.org/plugins/search/scorm/
    So you can make a perfect LMS of WordPress… allthough that might be a bit too much effort…

    As for adding HTML content i do think its possible by FTP-ing the content to a specified folder and then creating a hyperlink in a WordPress page that links to that..

    Regards,

    Math

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    I use to use a public Google Drive but they recently went through and changed the permissions for hosting HTML content.  I might also suggest outputting it as Offline and then upload it onto the page.  There are quite a few plugins to help with that.  That way the person can run the file locally. I’ve never personally tested Math’s suggestion for SCORM plugins but that sounds plausible as well.

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