Hi, is it possible to post to Udemy e-learning made in Captivate keeping all interactive features? If not possible in Udemy, where do You usually publish Your interactive courses so it does not loose interactivity?
P.S. if there are some topics where it was already described, would apperciate links!!
Strange question. For Udemy, Coursera you would need to contact those platforms. I don't expect them to store courses from 'outsiders'.
A published interactive Captivate course (to HTML5) is like a website. A website needs to be uploaded to a webserver (needs to support JSON). That will keep all interactivity. However, if you want also to manage access, user accounts, track the user learning, you will need to upload to a Learning Management System. Examples: Captivate Prime, Blackboard, Canvas, Moodle. They need to be SCORM compliant. SCORM is the 'language' used to have the eLearning authoring courses communicate with the LMS. The LMS will manage user accounts, and have a 'gradebook' for the learners, tracking their progress. Not all LMSs have the same functionalities, be aware of that. You need to reflect on what you want it to do.