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Making it Mobile: Best Practices for Migrating Existing Content
mLearnCon 2013 - June 19, 2013
Senior Instructional Designer
Senior Vice President
In 2012, IDEXX Laboratories, like many organizations, made the decision to migrate an existing library of desktop-based courses to mobile delivery. While clearly possible, it takes effort, time, and resources, as well as selecting the best tools for the task.
Participants in this session will see how IDEXX Laboratories and its eLearning partner, Yukon Learning, teamed up to handle the migration effort of existing courses developed for the desktop to be accessible via mobile devices. From evaluating existing courseware to developing mobile deployment best practices and virtual collaboration, you will learn how the migration process evolved and the results it has produced. You’ll discuss the challenges faced, including utilizing first-generation technology with the application of Articulate Storyline, and how those challenges were overcome along the way.
In this session, you will learn:
- The challenges when converting courses for mobile delivery
- How a standardized production process speeds migration
- Unique challenges in specific legacy courses
- Best practices for design, efficiency, and consistent results
For those interested in content-management approaches for mobile learning.
Technology discussed in this session:
Microsoft PowerPoint and Excel, Articulate Studio and Storyline, Basecamp online project management tool, Citrix GoToMeeting.
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