Kloudlearn announce a new feature allowing teachers and organizations to publish publicly available courses.
A public course is a course that can be published on any external url, and that which can be accessed without any authentication. Its learning resources are accessible by anonymous users and can be played by anyone and everyone.
How do you create a public course?
While creating a course, follow the standard procedure and move to the privacy settings section.
In the privacy settings section, select “Public to everyone” as an option.
By doing this, you’re removing all privacy restrictions on this course enabling you to share the url, or embed this course using an iFrame tag, much like a youtube embed.
This url can be used to embed this course on any website (using an Iframe HTML Tag).
Here’s an example of a publicly available course:
What are the use cases for Publicly published courses and assets?
Publicly available courses have many interesting use cases.
- Publish courses for Partner training on your website: You can embed courses on your website for partner or customer training where content is required to be public
- Provide structured training material as a part of your blog
- Share training material to anyone without having to register to use KloudLearn
We believe that Publicly available courses and assets are a gamechanger and helps democratize learning for companies that need to be outward facing.