Week 4: Mar 18 – Mar 22
Building Mobile and Responsive Training
Once just a catchy buzzword, mobile learning is here and it’s here to stay. Learn about the evolution of mobile learning and the benefits your company can reap from mLearning. In addition, we’ll cover mobile development in Adobe Captivate, Articulate Storyline, and Lectora.
Monday, March 18
Evolution of Mobile Learning
Mobile technology plays a large role in how people receive information today. In this presentation John Blackmon, Chief Technology Officer at Trivantis, will look at the roots of mobile learning, how it started, and where it is going in the future. We’ll also cover the best ways to utilize mobile concepts in the content that you create today.
Tuesday, March 19
Mobile Development in Storyline
Storyline 3 makes it easy to create training for learners using tablets and smartphones. In this webinar, Andrew Vass will discuss best practices for developing and publishing mobile-friendly training in Articulate Storyline 3 using the all-new responsive player.
Wednesday, March 20
Mobile Development in Captivate
Adobe Captivate allows developers to create mobile learning courses for a multi-device world. In this webinar, Andrew Vass will show how eLearning Brothers uses the Fluid Box feature in Adobe Captivate 2019 to create templates that provide a fully responsive experience regardless of device or browser.
Thursday, March 21
Mobile Development in Lectora
In a mobile-friendly world, eLearning development is becoming increasingly complicated. How can you know what your course will look like on a phone, tablet, and desktop, and how do you ensure your learners have an effective learning experience on every platform? The answer is Lectora Inspire 18. In this webinar, Andrew Vass will showcase Lectora’s Responsive Course Design feature and walk through the process used by eLearning Brothers to create templates that can be customized for optimal viewing on multiple device and browser sizes.
Friday, March 22
The Benefits of Mobile Learning
It’s no secret that designing for mobile learning requires careful planning. Physical differences in size, properties, and how mobile phones and tablets are used means that instructional designers have to make more unique considerations than they would when designing for traditional desktop computers. In this webinar, we will look deeper at creative instructional design strategies for immersing learners in engaging and effective mobile learning experiences.