The wonderful thing about responsive eLearning design is that it allows us to leverage each type of device differently—and for the types of learning it is best suited. Mobile devices are great performance support tools for example, while desktops and tablets generally handle deeper, more complex learning well. Although responsive may sound like a golden bullet, it's more complicated that that

Participants in this session will learn about what responsive is and how it can be used to effectively provide eLearning in different situations, and when it might be appropriate. This session will provide participants the knowledge they need understand what responsive is and how this approach to eLearning design can help them to fully leverage the many types of learning devices and the many types of learning scenarios available to their learners.

In this session, you will learn:

  • What responsive design is
  • How responsive design is different from traditional position-based learning
  • How to leverage responsive eLearning development to exploit the inherent benefits of each type of device
  • When responsive is most suitable

Participants should have basic content-development skills in authoring eLearning content and some experience in developing eLearning courses. Experience in developing mLearning is a plus.

Technology discussed in this session:
Various mobile devices, responsive web development.

Student technology needs: