Dave Briggs replied to the topic Are any public agencies out there sharing e-learning? in the forum e-Learning 9 years, 4 months ago
It certainly happens in the UK, Eduardo!
At Learning Pool, we operate an e-learning community for government organisations. They pay a yearly subscription fee for access to the catalogue of e-learning courses, which are SCORM compliant. At the moment there are over 300 courses in the catalogue.
What’s more, members of the community also have access to our authoring tool (a Windows desktop application) which they can use to customise the courses (adding logos, editing details to make them match local policy etc) or indeed create their own e-learning courses. All members are encouraged to then upload their courses to the catalogue, ensuring that the rest of the community can benefit from their work.
You can find out more at http://www.learningpool.com – we find our approach allows us to provide e-learning content and systems at remarkably cost effective prices.
Apologies if this sounds a bit like an advert!!
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