Published: August 10, 2020

Flash To HTML5 Conversion Of eLearning: A Webinar On The Why And The How

Converting Flash courses to HTML5 is the need of the hour. This webinar shares strategies, best practices, and tips to get started on Flash to HTML5 conversion.

CommLab India LLP

Gowardhan Doddi

gowardhan.doddi@commlabindia.com

+91-40-2780 -306080

https://www.commlabindia.com/

Webinar: Flash To HTML5 Conversion Of eLearning

Hyderabad, India—August 10, 2020, CommLab India, the global leader in rapid eLearning and blended learning solutions is hosting a webinar, "Adobe Flash Phase Out and Its Impact on Your Flash-based Online Learning Offerings", on Aug 27th, 2020 at 11:00 am EDT. The webinar will be presented by Pushpa Siddhanti, Director—Customer Experience (Europe), CommLab India.

You can register for this complementary one-hour webinar here.

L&D teams in organizations all over the world are currently faced with a deadline to convert their Flash-based online training solutions to HTML5. This comes in the wake of Adobe’s announcement in 2017 to end support for the Flash player by 31st December 2020.

Organizations without a strategic plan in place to convert their Flash-based courses to HTML5 risk major training interruptions as Flash components in online training programs will no longer function in any browser after 2020.

CommLab India’s webinar aims to give participants insights on the following:

  • The benefits of Flash to HTML5 conversion
  • How to identify Flash components in your eLearning courses
  • Strategies for converting Flash-based eLearning to HTML5
  • The pre-conversion checklist to follow
  • Authoring tools that can aid the Flash to HTML5 conversion process
  • When to opt for in-house conversion and when to outsource

CommLab India has the required experience and expertise with authoring tools to rapidly scale up Flash to HTML5 conversions, without compromising on the quality of conversion. The company has a track record of converting more than 5000 Flash-based courses to HTML5 and has successfully met the conversion requirements of many global organizations.

The company’s vast experience in understanding an organization’s training needs and suggesting the right conversion strategy makes it an ideal choice of vendor to partner with for Flash to HTML5 conversion of eLearning courses. The company has formulated the 4R strategy that is designed to meet every client’s unique needs and was able to help organizations salvage their online training resources even in the absence of source files.

The webinar is a great opportunity for L&D professionals who would like to have their questions answered and get started with an effective Flash to HTML5 conversion process.

Talking about the webinar, Dr. Ayesha Habeeb Omer, COO and Co-Founder said, "We have many people from the L&D fraternity writing to us enquiring about effective processes for Flash to HTML5 conversion. We thought it would be best to conduct a webinar that sheds light on the topic of Flash to HTML5 conversion. With our core strength in rapid eLearning and experience of handling conversions of Flash eLearning courses to HTML5 on a large scale, we hope we’ll be able to help participants get started on the right track to salvage their Flash-based online training resources."

About CommLab India

CommLab India, with more than two decades’ experience in the learning industry serving 100 International customers in 30+ countries, is one of the most sought-after global leaders for rapid eLearning solutions. It has been ranked Number 1 in Rapid eLearning for 2020 and was declared the 2019 Silver Award winner among the top eLearning content providers by eLearning Industry.

With its formidable authoring tool expertise and experience in corporate training and instructional design, CommLab India offers rapid eLearning solutions with any authoring tool for:

  • Converting of ILT material into instructionally sound, engaging, and visually appealing eLearning curriculums and other digital learning formats
  • Converting legacy courses (from Flash or any other authoring tool) to HTML5, even when source files are not available
  • Translating English eLearning course into 35 international languages—both text and audio