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Migrating from Flash to HTML5 – Part 1

ePath Learning

. The Adobe Flash Player is going away at the end of 2020. That means that your Flash-based courses will fail to play on web browsers, resulting in a frustrating learning experience. Why is Flash going away? Most web browsers are already phasing out support for Flash.

Pooja Jaisingh – Crystal Balling with Learnnovators

Learnnovators

ABOUT POOJA JAISINGH (e-Learning Evangelist, Adobe Systems): Dr. Pooja Jaisingh has worked for more than 12 years as a Teacher Trainer, e-Learning Instructional Designer, and, currently, is an e-learning Evangelist with Adobe Systems. In her current role, she conducts numerous seminars and workshops, educating training folks on the features of Adobe Systems’ e-learning products. Pooja holds a Master’s in Education and Economics and a Doctorate in Educational Technology.

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4 Authoring Tools to Convert Flash-based E-learning Courses to HTML5

CommLab India

As a training manager, you must have spent quite a few thousands developing Flash-based e-learning courses for your team. Thus, the plan ‘ HTML5 by Default ‘ revealed by Google last week might have struck you hard because according to this plan, Flash will be disabled in its browser, Chrome, by the fourth quarter of this year. Now, you must be worrying that you need to redevelop your existing Flash-based courses to ensure they support HTML5, right?

5 Advantages of using Adobe Captivate 9

CommLab India

Adobe Captivate has been a top choice for creating dynamic and engaging e-learning for quite some time now. With every version, Adobe makes improvements and also has some neat additions to the tool which make it easier to develop e-learning courseware. And its latest version, Adobe Captivate 9, is no different. Wondering what Adobe Captivate 9 is all about? Adobe Captivate 9 comes with a repository of characters and templates that simplify e-learning development.

7 Tips to Choose the Best Rapid Authoring Tool to Convert Legacy E-learning Courses to HTML5

CommLab India

With mobile devices ceasing to support Flash-based training materials, the demand for Flash to HTML5 conversion tools has gone up. So, choosing the right authoring tool will be your best bet to make your courses HTML5 compatible. In this blog, I’ll share 7 tips that will help you select the best e-learning authoring tool for your e-learning project to convert your legacy courses to HTML5. I Spring: Capable of converting PowerPoint to HTML5 on just a click.

4 Reasons to Convert Your Legacy E-Learning Courses Using Articulate Storyline

CommLab India

And this rapid expansion in the use of tablets PCs and other mobile devices to access learning content has pushed Adobe Flash into oblivion. Because most modern browsers – both desktop and mobile – don’t support Flash. And with many an organization willing to bet their money on BYOD (Bring Your On Device), it’s safe to say Flash is no longer preferred. And Articulate Storyline is one of the best tools for the conversion of Flash-based courses.

Lectora to Convert PowerPoint Presentations into Engaging E-learning

CommLab India

In my previous blog, we have seen how to convert your PowerPoint presentations into e-learning courses using Adobe Captivate. Lectora can be used to publish to various formats such as HTML5, Executable File (exe), CD-ROM, Course Mill, AICC, SCORM, and xAPI. Related Posts Articulate Storyline vs. Lectora Inspire 4 Reasons You’ll Love Lectora for E-learning Development Making Flash-based Courses Engaging and Mobile-compatible. Learning Technology Lectora Inspire

E-learning Authoring Tools’ Face Off – Storyline 2 vs. Captivate 9

CommLab India

In this blog, we will compare the features of 2 popular authoring tools – Articulate Storyline 2 and Adobe Captivate 9. You can Publish to both Flash and HTML5 so that you can access the courses on your mobile devices too. Storyline courses are Tin Can, SCORM and AICC compliant. Adobe Captivate 9. Publish to both Flash and HTML5 so that you can access the courses on your mobile devices. Learning Technology Authoring Tools

Evaluating 3 Useful Tools that Support E-learning Development

CommLab India

In my previous blog, we’ve compared 3 widely used authoring tools – Articulate Storyline 2, Adobe Captivate 9, and Lectora Inspire 16. This blog intends to evaluate 3 such widely used tools – Adobe Presenter 11, Adobe Premiere Pro CC, and FlipBook Maker Pro 4. Adobe Presenter. Adobe Presenter is an e-learning software application developed by Adobe Systems and available as a Microsoft PowerPoint plug-in. Adobe Premiere.

Meet The Demand for SCORM Compliant Mobile Learning With Lectora 17

CommLab India

The most popular ones include Articulate Storyline, Adobe Captivate, iSpring, and Lectora 17. You will need to select the “AICC/SCORM/xAPI for LMS/LRS” option before you start developing the course. The advantage with Lectora is that its responsive HTML5 output code is editable. Once you develop a mobile App using tools such as PhoneGap and Eclipse, you can copy the HTML5 course files developed in Lectora to the mobile app. Learning Technology LMS & Lectora 17

How to Pick the Best Authoring Tool to Convert Legacy E-Learning Courses

CommLab India

A legacy e-learning course refers to an online course developed using Flash, Dreamweaver, XML/HTML, JavaScript or earlier versions of rapid authoring tools. These tools are dated and cannot meet today’s high technological standards. No matter what technology is used, it takes considerable time and effort to develop an e-learning course, not to mention the high costs involved. Converting a legacy course to the latest HTML5 can be a tricky process.

Too Little Time to Develop E-learning? Go for Rapid Development!

CommLab India

Note: If the client asks for an AICC- or SCORM-compliant course, the testing for tracking through the LMS is carried out.). Authoring tools such as Articulate Storyline ( read a case study ), Adobe Captivate, and Lectora Inspire make it easier for non-technical people to author online learning courses rapidly. Allows you to publish course output in HTML5 format with the click of a button. Same is the case with Adobe Captivate and Lectora , which are packed with features.

Storyline, Captivate, Lectora – An Evaluation Checklist of 3 Rapid Authoring Tools

CommLab India

We will now evaluate the 3 widely used rapid authoring tools – Articulate Storyline 2 , Adobe Captivate 9 , and Lectora Inspire 16 , based on the features listed by the report. Adobe Captivate 9. Can insert Flash animations. Track in AICC. Can publish to mobile web (ex: HTML5). Can publish to Flash. Learning Technology rapid authoring tools

Ten tips to build interactivity

eFront

Among the current key rapid authoring tools are: Adobe Captivate – Not for the dilettante, being priced at some £1,750. Adobe has had to address HTML5 issues and, no doubt, will embrace the issues posed by the up-and-coming Tin Can. Articulate – The Storyline product is proving popular but is still closely allied to converting PowerPoint into Flash. Lectora will publish both Flash and HTML5 for Apps and rendering through iPads and smartphones.

New Authoring tool rankings #11 to #20

eLearning 24-7

Easy to use interface and supports SCORM and AICC. #18 AICC, SCORM and PENS support. Supports AICC and SCORM. Studio has always been known for the PowerPoint to Flash approach, but it also includes audio narration, TOC (yeah!) 1st vendor IMO to truly have HTML5 output. Oh, HTML5 output too. Outputs include HTML5, MP4, Microsoft Silverlight, Adobe Air. 12 Adobe Captivate. HTML5 output. HTML5 video playback.

E-Learning 101: Straightforward Answers to Fundamental Questions—Part 2

ATD Learning Technologies

In October 2013, an eLearning Guild report showed the most common authoring tools were Adobe Captivate, TechSmith Camtasia, Articulate Storyline, Articulate Studio, and Trivantis Lectora, and those tools are still leaders in this market. Two other commonly used tools for video creation are Camtasia and Adobe Premiere. Articulate Storyline, Adobe Captivate, and Lectora are all excellent choices for creating Section 508 courses for people with disabilities using assistive technology.

Ultimate eLearning terms you should know: Part 1 (A-L)

LearnUpon

Accessibility means that content can be used by people with varying abilities and disabilities, from the sensory to the intellectual or technological. Trainers and instructors should provide assistive technology to those who need it in order for their courses to be considered accessible. A predecessor to SCORM, AICC was difficult to work with and many steps were required to get content in the format running in an LMS.

The Ultimate Glossary of eLearning Terms

LearnUpon

Learners who suffer from sensory, intellectual or technological difficulties will need assistive technology to successfully access and complete their training courses. Advanced Distributed Learning is an initiative established by the US Department of Defense, aiming to make the delivery of online training consistent across content formats, technologies, and organizations. Flash. Three popular eLearning formats rely on Flash technology: SCORM, xAPI (Tin Can), and video.

ATD2015 Conference Post – Review

eLearning 24-7

More e-learning vendors than in the past, including plenty of newbies – not so much “new” per se, rather new in terms of attendance, but yeah some “new” Adobe Captivate Prime – Adobe’s LMS, to launch in August (more on that in a sec.). Adobe Captivate Prime – demo and introduction, let’s roll the tape! Adobe Captivate Prime. Works only in Flash at the moment, so forget about seeing those courses on any iOS device.

LIVE BLOG - Craig Weiss 'eLearning 2020' Seminar

Unicorn Training

A lot of tools now converting Flash to HTML5 - big growth area for tools. 3) HTML5 v Flash Some browsers (below IE9) don't work with HTML5. Still have clients request stuff in Flash, guiding them away from it. Using Javascript and tween libraries as alternatives to HTML5 Value of Adobe Edge to change Flash-based projects? But not everything works on HTML5. What have they done within the 'big four' parameters of SCORM/AICC.