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When Responsive Training Isn’t Enough
DevLearn 2014 Conference & Expo - October 29, 2014
Chris Van Wingerden
VP Learning Solutions
Developing content that is meaningful and accessible in a world of multiple devices and varied platforms is a huge challenge for today’s instructional designer. Content developers have to first consider the context in which the training is being consumed, and then try to navigate the devices that might access that training today and in the future. Responsive training design is being heralded as a panacea for this training delivery dilemma, but is it enough?
In this session participants will examine the concept of adaptive or intelligent responsive training development. You will explore a framework to evaluate a training need and the context in which the training is being delivered. You will discuss development strategies and techniques such as simplifying content when needed and adding extra when it makes sense. This session will explore real-world examples and offer 15 tried and true tips for making responsive eLearning adaptive, intelligent, and as effective as it can be no matter what the end user’s device is.
In this session, you will learn:
- The difference between responsive and adaptive training
- The current frameworks for responsive and adaptive training development
- What learning opportunities are best suited to adaptive responsive design
- Fifteen tried and true tips for making eLearning adaptive and responsive
Novice to advanced designers, developers, project managers, and managers with a general understanding of training development and the issues confronting designers trying to develop for a multi-device world.
discussed in this session:
Responsive design, HTML5, iOS and Android OS, various Android and iOS devices (phone and tablet).
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