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ePub For Education: Meet EDUPUB

ePub For Education: Meet EDUPUB

It was a lovely sunny day when I finished my product backlog grooming and was heading towards planning a new agile sprint around optimizing the readability of an ePub book that my product produces. Suddenly my boss asked me “Hey! Mr. Product Manager, do you know what an EDUPUB profile is? We have a meeting around EDUPUB with a prospective client today evening”. Guess what; I only ended saying that EDUPUB is a new ePub profile. The question in itself is very haunting, especially when your stint is in education domain. I spent the whole night discovering the profile. Covering the complete profile is beyond the scope of this article, so I’ll just focus on some glimpses of EDUPUB profile.

Migration From Flash To HTML5 - Warning: You May Be Losing Money

Migration From Flash To HTML5 - Warning: You May Be Losing Money

If you are reading this, you have decided to adopt mLearning or mobile learning and are evaluating an efficient way to migrate your legacy Flash content to HTML5. Your objective is to provide enhanced flexibility and a better learning experience to your learners. However, there are several issues that you must be aware of as you move forward with migration from Flash to HTML5. Otherwise, you may be losing money in the process and might not meet the required ROI on your investment.

Yes We Can: A Tin Can API Primer

Yes We Can: A Tin Can API Primer

This isn’t the first Tin Can API explainer article ever written. But the subject is so important to the future of eLearning that, basically, the more the merrier. If we adopt it, Tin Can API is going to be a genuine game changer, so read on if you’ve heard of it but aren’t quite sure what it is, how it works, and what it can do.

4 Reasons Why SCORM Is Dying And How You Will Survive!

4 Reasons Why SCORM Is Dying And How You Will Survive!

Sharable Content Object Reference Model, or simply just SCORM, is dying a slow death. In fact, the only reason why it’s still used is because administrators of Learning Management Systems have been doing so since the very beginning. And so they have just accepted it as the standard. But wait a minute; let’s take a step back.

How To Convert Legacy Courses Into HTML5 The Right Way

How To Convert Legacy Courses Into HTML5 The Right Way

You have decided to adopt mLearning (or mobile learning) and are ready to move your legacy courses to HTML5. Obviously, this involves a significant budget and you want to be certain that you have chosen the most efficient approach to convert your legacy courses into HTML5. In this article, I will share some case studies to outline how you can manage this migration into HTML5 the right way.

8 Tips To Convert Flash To HTML5 That Will Help Your Business

8 Tips To Convert Flash To HTML5 That Will Help Your Business

Particularly over the last 4+ years, most organizations have evaluated mobile learning solutions integrating tablets and smartphones into their learning delivery. Mobile learning solutions are based on HTML5 technology. While it is fairly straightforward to create new courses using HTML5 that are mobile ready, there are several aspects that you need to watch out for when converting Flash to HMTL5.

The Experience API (xAPI): What You Need To Know

The Experience API (xAPI): What You Need To Know

What if there were a simple way to store and retrieve learning records and learner experience profiles – no matter what platform you’re using? Now, there is; you may have heard of it at conferences, around your office, or in eLearning news. It’s called the Experience API (xAPI).

Mission Impossible HTML 5 - The Death of Flash - Featured Imaged

Mission Impossible HTML5 - The Death Of Flash

Companies now face a significant roadblock to mobile accessibility, their own courseware. For over a decade, Flash has been the preferred method of delivering rich content to users. Not anymore... About 2 years ago Flash turned out to not be fulfilling design needs anymore, so HTML5 took over. In this article we want to share some conversion tips.