Mobile Content Management Solutions: Why Simple File Storage Is Inadequate

Zunos

All of these file repositories do have iOS and Android apps, so they can qualify as mobile content management solutions. This is fine if you have 10 files, 100 files, or even 1000 files. employees using the wrong files or versions. Find Files Incredibly Easily.

How to embed a YouTube video in PowerPoint

BrightCarbon

It’s a similar process to inserting an offline video into PowerPoint. One option is to try to download the online video so you have a local copy, and you can then embed video into PowerPoint from your computer. And then you have to consider file management.

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Enterprise Document Management Systems: Stop Relying on Metadata

Zunos

Instead, Bigtincan can integrate with nearly any repository so you don’t have to move a single file. Many document management solutions have poor search features that will only search file titles or metadata for a match. Offline access on any device.

mEnable your elearning – 6 things to consider when creating tablet compatible courses

eFront

Size matters. a set of methods and tools helping to create websites that adapt to different screen sizes, all without having to serve different versions of your content to each. And of course follow the UI guidelines of your platform (iOS, Android etc), regarding sizes, supported web controls, etc. Oh, and keep and eye on your file sizes too, optimizing you website assets (images, js, css) to make it load faster.

6 Learning Design Considerations for Mobile Learning

CommLab India

This is because of the difference in the screen size, layout of devices and compatibility with the output. Diversity in the screen sizes. Avoid using visuals of large file size, as they cannot be accommodated into the small screens. However, in mobile learning, it must be used intelligently because: File size has to be limited. It is imperative to use compatible file formats that load faster.

The Ultimate Glossary of eLearning Terms

LearnUpon

In LearnUpon, a content library is a repository of reusable content, like videos, documents, question pools, SCORM and xAPI (Tin Can) files, from which a course can be created. Originally used to compress image files, nowadays it’s best known for moving images which are a lightweight alternative to video. It usually takes the form of bite-sized courses that learners can access and complete while on-the-job. Manifest File.