Delivery methods for SL

Jul 14, 2017

I have built a lot of courses for my employer, but I know practically nothing about how to deliver them.

I am contemplating doing some free-lance work and wanted to know what to tell my clients about how their employees can access the training projects that I build. Basically, I'm dealing with companies who are exploring online training for their employees.

Where can I find information on delivery systems that are economical for these small businesses to use?

Thank you!

1 Reply
Nicole Legault

Hi Vickie

Thanks for posting your question here in the E-Learning Heroes Forum! In terms of sharing your final content with your client and/or employer, you'll probably want to consider 1 of 2 options. 1) Publishing it to the web and sharing the link with your learners. In this case you won't be able to track who viewed your courses, but it's an easy way to get it out there and make it accessible to your learners. 2) You might need to consider an LMS... HOWEVER, buying an LMS can be a big, expensive undertaking so it's a decision you'll want to present to your client/employer and probably let them decide. If you're looking to sell your own courses, there are a variety of e-learning marketplaces where you can upload and sell your course. That might also be a third option for you:)

You might want to check out the following articles:

5 Easy Ways to Share Your E-Learning Course (Article)

E-Learning Content Delivery (Discussion)

Also this whole series: Getting Started with E-Learning has some great articles, including one called What is E-Learning? that gets a little bit more into the details of how to share your creations.

Hope this is helpful :) Best of luck to you with your projects!

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