Learning on the go: how to develop engaging mobile-friendly courses

TalentLMS

Try limiting your file formats to plain text (the king of eLearning formats),DOC or.DOCX,PDF,PPT,JPG,GIF, and.PNG — that is, formats that play equally well on mobile as they do on the desktop, and for which native mobile readers and transcoders exist. Plan for offline use. If you’re designing mobile learning content, you’ll also want to design for offline use. to YouTube and Vimeo files) don’t work offline at all.

Improve learning with worksheets and handouts

ProProfs

Similarly, you can attach worksheets which learners can download and study offline. ppt,pptx. Images – gif,png,jpg. Allow students to access course content offline. Your learners will be able to download and access the worksheet and handouts offline. With ProProfs, you can supplement learning with downloadable handouts and worksheets. At times, learners might find it difficult to grasp certain topics in your course.

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Corporate LMS

Ed App

Its fair to say that almost all authoring tools support text, images, and video, but if you have existing training content in older formats that you want to import, for example, PPT presentation, ensure the tool allows you to do that automatically. Images JPG, PNG, GIF.

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The ULTIMATE Guide to PowerPoint Alternatives

BrightCarbon

Can present offline. per month): All free functionality plus 100G storage, no watermark, premium templates, 720P export, limited offline viewing, custom templates, publishing in multiple formats, premium animation editor. Ludus can export to PDF, HTML, JPG, and PNG formats.