Toolkit: Tools for Delivering eLearning with HTML5 (Part 1) by Joe Ganci

Learning Solutions Magazine

Since Flash stopped being the default tool of choice for cross-platform development, eLearning. have been looking for an alternative, and HTML5 is the usual suspect. compatibility with HTML5, and he identifies development tools that support delivery to HTML5. Design & Development Tools Development Strategies Emerging Topics producers. This month, Joe talks about. browser.

Why Moving Your Online Training Courses From Flash To HTML5 Makes Business Sense

Adobe Captivate

While mobile learning or mLearning is being widely adopted, the challenge of how to handle the migration from Flash to HTML5 still persists. Moving Your Online Training Courses From Flash To HTML5. While mLearning or mobile learning adoption for new requirements has gained tremendous momentum in the last few years, you still have the challenge of what you should do with your investment that is locked in your legacy Flash courses.

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4 Ways to Maximize the Impact of Your Training When Migrating From Flash to HTML5

EI Design

As the trend for mLearning increases, organizations are bound to change their eLearning strategies to adapt to the changing environments. Since Flash, a leading authoring tool till a few years ago, is not supported on mobile devices, organizations feel the need to convert their Legacy Flash courses to HTML5. Example 1 – Traditional eLearning course redesigned (and migrated to HTML5) to be more intuitive, interactive, and engaging.

8 Strategies To Capitalise On Flash To HTML5 Migration Opportunity And Get A Higher Return On Investment (ROI)

EI Design

While Flash to HTML5 migration is a necessity, it can be used to adopt learning strategies that can lead to a higher impact training and a better ROI. In this article, I have outlined 8 strategies that will help you meet this enhanced mandate. How To Capitalise On Flash To HTML5 Migration Opportunity And Enjoy A Higher ROI. I founded EI Design in 2002, and for over a decade, Adobe Flash was the de facto authoring tool for creating online courses.

How to Use the Flash Courses to HTML5 Conversion Opportunity to Improve Your ROI

EI Design

Organizations have tremendous investment in Flash-based legacy courses. With the phasing out of Flash, the legacy Flash courses need to be converted to HTML5 so that they can support multi-device delivery (that is, the same course can run across devices from desktops/laptops to tablets/smartphones). I founded EI Design in 2002, and for nearly a decade, Flash was the leading (and often the only) authoring tool. Adopting sticky learning strategies.

Top 10 eLearning Predictions 2011 #LCBQ

Tony Karrer

Lots of discussion and debate around interesting questions for eLearning professionals. Grows - But Creating "eLearning 2.0 Tony Bates - eLearning Outlook for 2011 1. Flash will still have an impact (at least in the area of mobile learning). Others are actually are fairly instructive about what the current trends are in eLearning. Here are my top 10 eLearning predictions for 2011. In the Fall of 2010, I did a series on Text-to-Speech in eLearning.

Top 70 eLearning Posts for June and Hot Topics including iPad and Mobile Learning

eLearning Learning Posts

Best of eLearning Learning. Another great month for eLearning content. 20 Facts You Must Know About Working Memory - The eLearning Coach , June 2, 2010 Without adapting learning experiences to the learner’s cognitive architecture, instructional design is hit or miss. Post from: The eLearning Coach 20 Facts You Must Know About Working Memory. Text-to-Speech Overview and NLP Quality - eLearning Technology , June 8, 2010 This post is a new kind of thing for me.

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The Latest: Rapid Content Authoring Tool Market

eLearning 24-7

Some vendors push heavily on PPT, implying that a great WBT is really a PPT converted to Flash. Flash output – still red hot. eLearning Brothers offers such a product – and RCAT vendors are starting to add it into their own product. HTML5. In the latest podcast featuring Volkner Zimmerman who is on the executive board at IMC-AG, he explicitly states that HTML5 is necessary in any course output for mobile. Here is a news flash: It’s not true.