We live in a multi-device world. The growth of internet enabled devices such as smartphones, tablets and laptops means that increasingly we have to deliver learning solutions that work on all devices. This is not as simple as a desktop solution and a mobile solution, what is required is a multi-device solution. Luckily developments in HTML5 mean we can now develop a single e-learning module which will work on all devices.
Responsive E-Learning is based on the standards and approach behind Responsive Web Design (RWD). RWD was first used by Ethan Marcotte in his article in A List Apart in 2011. In essence RWD means a website designed to work on multiple devices by using fluid proportion based grids. This means according to Wikipedia that “users across a broad range of devices and browsers will have access to a single source of content.” Historically many companies developed a desktop version of their website and a mobile version. Increasingly companies develop a single version based on RWD which responds to the device you are on.
Presenter: Steve Lowenthal
Steven Lowenthal works for Kineo, a global workplace learning company that helps businesses improve their performance through learning and technology.
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