806 Three Things You Need to Know to Develop mLearning Using HTML5
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM Thursday, June 26
There’s a great deal of discussion about HTML5 and how it is changing the future of the web. While there is tremendous potential in place, there is still much confusion about what its impact is on technology-based learning, and what steps learning professionals should be taking to develop specifically for HTML5.
In this session participants will learn the three key things learning professionals need to know about HTML5 before you start designing programs using that output. You will learn the importance of HTML5 for mobile learning. You will explore the many reasons HTML5 serves as a viable alternative to Flash. You will leave this session with a number of tips that will leave you better prepared and better informed to design mobile learning courses that will look great and function as intended in HTML5.
In this session, you will learn:
- What HTML5 is and how it impacts eLearning
- What you need to know before you start HTML5 development
- How various devices and browsers affect your HTML5 content
- Best practices for designing mLearning for HTML5
Novice to advanced designers, developers, and managers.
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Nicole Legault is a community manager at the software company Articulate. Nicole has a varied skill set that includes expertise in instructional design, eLearning development, and more. She has written hundreds of articles on the topic of eLearning and instructional design. She is a skilled public speaker and has delivered many hours of training and presentations on a variety of topics related to training. Nicole strives to create engaging sessions based on practical skills that can be used immediately on the job.