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

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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. Similarly, you may have a photography class where students use their phones to take pictures, and then have an exciting online discussion on the images taken while travelling.

The ULTIMATE Guide to PowerPoint Alternatives

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There’s a bunch of grid layouts for adding photography, but you can’t overlay a grid on the slide. per month): All free resources and offline viewing, premium templates, PowerPoint import, PDF and JPG download. Ludus can export to PDF, HTML, JPG, and PNG formats.