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- October 19, 2018 at 3:13 pm #268561
I am trying to find the best diy website builder for my company. At this time I am with WIX, but still not sure if they are my best choice. I have class modules as well as some video classes, also trying to do live classes. I am just starting with all of this and am trying to find the best value for what I offer.
Thank you for your time,
SharynOctober 19, 2018 at 3:21 pm #268832
Great question. If the only content you’re hosting is learning content, you might try TalentLMS — they’ll give you a site and the cost is low to start with (free until you have 5 users). Moodle also offers a free LMS to host the content which is what a lot of educators use, but it’s a bit trickier to set up your payments. Our e-commerce writer is currently evaluating the online course options and finds Udemy and Podio to be great choices as well. That article will be published in a few weeks. Stay tuned for more!
Laura, HR Staff Writer
You can find more info below:
https://fitsmallbusiness.com/best-lms-learning-management-system/October 21, 2018 at 9:18 am #269310
Rachel (Frazin) SofaerParticipant
I’ve used WIX and have found it fairly simple to use. However, I did not use it for learning materials, but rather for promotional materials. Maybe you can look at other websites for the field that your company is in and see what they are using. That way you can see the real life experience from others and how it will look.October 23, 2018 at 11:24 pm #270499
If you ONLY need an educational platform, then I would very much recommend going with something like Teachable and then use that in conjunction with Facebook or YouTube Live to host the live classes.