Publishing a course and the options

Follow these steps to publish a course:

  1. On the course you wish to publish click Publish.


The Publish screen presents you with pre-configured publish options. These are:

  1. LMS - select the SCORM version (1.2 or 2004) ) & select your completion criteria
  2. Web - for publishing courses that will be served from a web server.
  3. Bloom - for upload to our Learning Management System Bloom
  4. Offline - learners can open the course on a computer without internet access.
  5. Advanced - More advanced users are able to setup their export preferences.

These cover the major configurations for Evolve courses.

Is there a list of requirements for the HTML5 hosting? When my team tried to host it on our website, they said there were a number of libraries needed.

Hello @michael.helms - this is difficult to comment on without knowing anything about your server or the libraries that your host needed. Normally with Evolve set to Publish for Web you don’t need any special server config.

For more information please see this article:

If you continue to experience issues please contact support via your Evolve instance with details of your server, any error messages, steps taken and any supporting screenshots.



I would like to publish my course for testing. Is it possible to get a URL to share with people to test the course? If not, what would be the best way to do this please?


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Hi Claire,

There are a few ways you can do this, which are:

  1. Add them as a reviewer (free account) and set up a review for them to view. This way they can view the course and make comments on specific items.

  2. Make your course shareable and then copy the Live Preview URL and send them this. They will be able to view the course but not make comments onto it.

  3. Publish your course offline or as SCORM and upload it to the LMS/server of your choice and then share the link for that to them. This is the slowest method, and again they can view but not comment directly into the course. However it does help you test the connection to an LMS/server at the same time as them viewing the course.

More advice on these can be found in the Tips and Tricks document available from the Evolve Hub, and on the associated knowledge base page.