Do you have an elearning portfolio? Share your work here!

Do you have an elearning portfolio? Share your work here!

Hey gang -

Do you have a web site with examples of your elearning projects? We want to see them!

Please add a link to your personal blog, portfolio page, or a bunch of links showcasing the awesome work you're creating with Articulate software.

If all you have is a single web page with text-based links to projects, add them below. We're trying to find more ways to promote the creative work you do and the first step is to learn what you're working on.

So go ahead and promote your work below!


UPDATE
: We have an elearning challenge going on portfolios. Hop over to the challenge to share your e-learning portfolio!

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Mark Siegrist

James,

You'll want to use an iframe to embed the course. Basically you will upload it to your server and then in your wordpress site, on your page/post, you can use an iframe to "embed" the course. This is actually how Articulate/Captivate's "Web Object" works - it is just using an HTML iframe to load the content into the page.

In wordpress you can do it manually but there are also plugins for this. Just search for iframe plugins and you should find one.

mark
www.elearninglive.com

Mark Siegrist

You can use a relative path. So what you can do is create a directory named 'myCourse' in the wp-content/uploads directory of your site. Then you can link to it via relative path. Google 'relative path' if you're unsure how those work. Alternatively, you could use an absolute path. 

Relative path example:

/wp-content/uploads/myCourse/index.html <-- this is the path to your course's index or initial file that loads it. I am not a big Articulate fan (for lots of reasons) but I assume it is index.htm or index.html. If not, it's just another reason I'm not a fan : )

Absolute path example:

http://www.mysite.com/wp-content/uploads/myCourse/index.html

Hope this helps!

mark
www.elearninglive.com

 

James Bonney

Thank you all for your support and advice on getting my site up and running. 

I find sometimes I have to point to the story.html file....not sure why, but it seems to work.

Anyway, here's a link to my site for those of you who helped me may be interested.

www.mye-den.com (still got a bit to do)

Thanks again.

Kim Gillham
James Bonney

Thank you all for your support and advice on getting my site up and running. 

I find sometimes I have to point to the story.html file....not sure why, but it seems to work.

Anyway, here's a link to my site for those of you who helped me may be interested.

www.mye-den.com (still got a bit to do)

Thanks again.

Hi James,

Have you tried simply renaming the story.html to index.html?

This should work, and will be more effective for your visitors.

All the bes, Kim.