Best Options for Hosting an Articulate course

Oct 17, 2011

Hello, we currently use Articulate on a hosted LMS that's accessible only by our employees. However, someone in our company has asked me about posting some Articulate-developed courses on a site that could be accessed by external users (such as our clients).

Optimally, they want users to access or launch the course via a registration tool (eTouches) and then have the course send the "Completion" data back to eTouches via the API. Failing that, they'd like to find a host for the courses and then get the Completion data from that host (users would still launch or access the course from eTouches). Any ideas?

11 Replies
Dave  Evans

Hi Rick,

Take a look at accessplan LMS, its a solution designed specifically for elearning vendors or companies managing external deligates. It allows the full registration, payment, access and tracking on elearning courses - this can either sit within your website or a dedicated learning portal.

Feel free to get in touch with any questions.

Carrie Booth

Hey Rick, this is a super old thread, but consider posting them to google drive.

I do this all the time and love it!  I then make little links to teh content... I use it for rough drafts for clients all the time and just fun teaching tools!





Jason Haag

Veracity Learning ( recently added hosting options to their LRS as well. So if you don't have an LMS and you also don't have a web server to host your content, this is a simple and affordable alternative. It also provides a way for you to add learners and a login capability that you would normally expect in an LMS.

I recently posted a tutorial on how to use this feature (if you're interested):