Learning in a multi-device world
Posted on Jul 31, 2013
Do you need multi-device elearning?
If you want your courses to work across mobile, tablet and desktop devices, there are a number of key factors to consider. We delivered a free seminar at the Learning Technologies Summer Forum talking about the challenges and how to overcome them.
Find our hints and tips in the recording of the presentation here:
Learning in a multi-device world: does one size fit all?
Louise Pasterfield, Managing Director, Sponge Ltd
We often see this simple 'one size fits all' statement in client briefs and tender requests. When we dig a bit deeper we usually uncover a range of conflicting requirements for the way in which learners will be expected to access their e-learning."
"We need the e-learning to work on mobile devices as well as on desktops and laptops
In this seminar we explore the underlying drivers for multi-device learning and describe a framework that you can use when developing effective learning for multiple devices.
The topics covered include:
- What devices do we mean when we say multi-device?
- How and when we use multiple devices
- The 4 key challenges for elearning across multiple devices
- Multi Device Learning Approach (MDLA)
- Examples of multi-device elearning in practice