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edris kosar

 

  • Provider reporting admin accounts
  • Live and distance content management
  • Custom branded portal
  • Student managed transcripts
  • Print Statements of Credit
  • Accreditation Certificates included

 

  • CPE(Continous professional education) monitor fields and reporting functions

Katie,

 I know some organization that are looking for a learning management system, including my organization which is CME- organization (continous medical education). Below is the features  i am looking for in a e-learning portal, so if you have samples that fits into my needs let me know. Also, creating a website and putting your samples will be a way to go and market them in social media like this platform.

 

  • Provider reporting admin accounts
  • Live and distance content management
  • Custom branded portal
  • Student managed transcripts
  • Print Statements of Credit
  • Accreditation Certificates included

 

  • CPE(Continous professional education) monitor fields and reporting functions

e-Learning Portal

 

Provider reporting

admin accounts

Live and distance content management

Custom branded portal

Student managed transcripts

Print Statements of Credit

 

 

 

CPE (continous professional eduction)monitor fields and reporting functions

Christina Stephenson

Hi Katie,

I use Dropbox. You can place your published courses in the Public folder and then send clients a link directly to the player.html (or story.html) file. It works great for me! You can get 2 GB of space with a free account and additional space is very reasonably priced.

Hope that helps!

Christina

Daniel Brigham

Hi, Katie:

If you are a freelancer, you need a website. It has to be good, but needn't be expensive. WordPress and dropbox have worked quite well for me. I paid $45 bucks for a WordPress responsive theme on themeforest.net and had a web developer spend seven hours or so setting it up. Pretty cheap, when you consider that's your storefront. Like many here, I use my site in conjunction with dropbox.

I also have a yousendit.com account, which allows me to send mega files. $50 bucks a year, but know that I use dropbox, I'm not sure  I need it.

Regarding e-learning websites, I made MANY expensive mistakes before I had something I was proud of. Feel free to reach out, if you have any questions about the process. I'd love to save others from making the mistakes I made. --Daniel

Katie L.

Daniel, I have actually found that at this point in my freelancing career, I do NOT need a website.  First, I usually have as much work as I can handle, so I don't need it for advertising purposes.  Second, I need to control who sees my samples, and putting them on a website would take away that control.  The Dropbox option has been perfect for me!  Until this thread I didn't realize that I could send someone a link to view my Dropbox files without requiring them to sign up for an account. 

Down the road the circumstances will likely change, but for now I've found the perfect solution for me.

Thanks, everyone, for your replies!

Alphonso Hendricks

Hi Katie

Your website does not to be for advertising purposes. Could just be for utility purposes. My website has JOOMla frontend that gives me the control via registering users sign-on, who accesses what. Rest of website material left open for public access.

My website also wraps a MOODLE section in it that manages my content. i.e. keeps tracks of which student signs on to do what and for how long they did what and how ell they performed in quiz (if there is a quiz). This Content Mangement System section ONLY allows registered users access. So visitors can see whats avalable but not access. 

Greatest thing about having a website is that I get to control, managae and share my work . Also, my url is a constant. And all of this for $20 a month. 

www.physicstutor.co.za

Regards

Alphonso

Bruce Graham

Katie,

Not "plugging self" here but my "website" is built in Storyline, and is (in itself...) a sample of both my work, and also advertises what Storyline can do. I control my samples, changing the content constantly. The problem with Dropbox is that it does not cache in a way that displays some courses well - I use it a lot, but am increasingly moving to a Web server for "display and share" purposes.

I use it an an example, not "advertising" per se - people have usually found me prior to me sending them off to have a play on the website.

I say "play" , because that is what they can do if they want. People having fun looking at courses are much more likely to want you rather than just looking at dry content.

Can YOU find all of the kittens, the spider, the Free Offer and the Elvis Impersonation?

Bruce