SMM203 Sell and Distribute Your eLearning Content Anywhere
12:00 PM - 12:45 PM Wednesday, March 27
Expo Hall: Management & Measurement Stage
You've created your online SCORM or xAPI training program, and you want to sell it far and wide. You need to track student usage and be sure that customers are only using as many seats as you've sold them. How will you distribute it to many LMSs and keep it up to date? How will you ensure you’re getting paid enough, and what should you do if you’re not?
We’ll walk you through the challenges involved in loading and establishing the initial distribution, using Training Vault as a centralized content distribution platform to a variety of LMSs. We will discuss how to organize, separate, and license the amount of content to be used. We’ll take you through the risks and wins you can achieve with SCORM- and xAPI-based distribution, and how to gather learners' experience data to meet compliance criteria. You’ll construct a licensing management model and usage expectations from a technical and a client perspective, with Training Vault ensuring you are charging appropriately for your work.
In this session, you will learn:
- To centrally store and manage SCORM and xAPI content, one copy for everyone
- Ways to simplify sharing large content libraries with various providers
- To brand and customize content for various consumers
- How to license content packages across many platforms, including blocking and non-blocking techniques, as well as sales model approaches
- Auditing solutions for certification of learners
- Upgrade techniques that can be automatically distributed to some or all learners
Technologies that will be discussed:
Training Vault, learning management systems (various), content management systems (various), WordPress, Sharepoint
Novice and intermediate designers, developers, and senior leaders
George Vilches is president of JCA Solutions, an eLearning standards software expert consultancy. As a tech leader, his focus is on software platforms to provide the best integrations for content distribution and eLearning standard conformance. He oversees custom integration projects for SMB and enterprise companies looking to up their eLearning standards game. George teaches classes on SCORM and Experience API challenges and integrating these technologies within myriad environments, and contributes to various xAPI and SCORM working groups.