eLearning and the Flash to HTML5 Conversion

Allencomm

Learn how to navigate converting Flash to HTML5 and maintain employee performance as you redesign your training. The post eLearning and the Flash to HTML5 Conversion appeared first on AllenComm. Corporate Training eLearning Flash Conversion HTML5

Flash to HTML5 Conversion for Effective Training

CommLab India

Flash’s 2020 phaseout has hugely impacted the eLearning industry. Organizations are now looking into converting their outdated Flash videos into HTML5 courses for their corporate training needs. Read on to discover how to go about the conversion and its benefits.

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What will Happen to Corporate Training in a Flash-less World?

CommLab India

While Flash courses to HTML5 conversions are in full swing, have you been thinking how a Flash-less world would be? Find out what happens when you convert Flash courses to HTML5 and Flash becomes a thing of the past! eLearning Development Flash to HTML5

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5 Eternal eLearning Trends That Have Stood the Test of Time

Adobe Captivate

eLearning has had, and continues to have trends come and go during its relatively short lifetime, with certain trends disappearing into oblivion, while some trends sticking for good, and being followed to this day. In this article, we’ll discuss 5 timeless eLearning trends that stuck, and have become more of eLearning essentials than trends. Gamification tops the list of eternal eLearning trends because it is a sure-shot way to build learner engagement.

5 eLearning trends to wave goodbye to today!

TalentLMS

The eLearning industry is not safe from changes either. Similarly, instruction and eLearning course design ideas come, stay and move out to make way for new, more effective ones. In this article we will talk about some changes that need to be made in your eLearning design toolbox. Are you ready to say goodbye to some eLearning trends? As research in eLearning broadens and evolves, so do adopted practices. And what does this mean for eLearning developers ?

Flash: an End of an Era – What You Need To Know

Aptara

Increases in the use of mobile devices for learning, and the maturity of HTML5 to present content over the web, have also led to a decrease in the development of content supporting Adobe Flash Player. However, HTML5 is supported and has matured at a fast pace, providing an alternative platform to deliver rich multimedia content over the web. Impact on the eLearning Industry. HTML5—The Best Alternative to Flash Player. Tools/Technologies for HTML5 Conversion.