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.
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!
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
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.