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LMS or Webserver

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Mar 06, 2022 Mar 06, 2022

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I am currently publishing my first Adobe captivate course:

 

Here are mr questions:

 

Should I publish it on a web server like Amazon Web Services or an LMS like Canva?


What have you all done that's been the most seamless?

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To LMS or not is a common question. You can publish Adobe Captivate projects without eLearning reporting features of an LMS and essentially they function as a web page and therefore can be uploaded to a web server such as an Amazon Web Services S3 account. The problem with this is that you will have no records of people completing your training course. They will also have no record of their individual results. This, and other things, an LMS offers. I always say to those thinking that they can get away without a full-blown LMS, at some point a company president or CEO may come by your desk and ask how all the employees are doing with their elearning courses. Without an LMS your answer will have to be "I don't know." Personally, I wouldn't want to be that person unable to answer a question like that.

Paul Wilson, CTDP

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