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New whitepaper outlines the benefits of HTML5 within the framework of mobile learning projects

2. April 2015

A long time has passed since the introduction of e-learning in enterprises and organizations. Today, words such as Web Based Training or Learning Management System are very present in the minds of education experts. But as the e-learning industry never sleeps, new challenges constantly arise. With the number of mobile users growing, the demand for mobile learning is also increasing.

Learners want the flexibility to integrate their learning units into their daily routine. Very often, they want to learn spontaneously at any time and in any place. Furthermore, learners often have to switch between topics and manage several personal learning projects these days. Hence the motto: Learn what you want, where you want and when you want. HTML5 is perfectly suited to meet the requirements of the mobile learning trend. The latest IMC whitepaper outlines why that is the case.

The whitepaper deals with the evolution of e-learning towards m-learning and explains technical terms and keywords such as “Responsive Design” and “Mobile First”. Based on this, the advantages of HTML5 for the creation of e-learning content are presented in detail. Therefore the HTML5 slogan “Simple is better. Simplify wherever possible” perfectly matches the idea of mobile learning, according to which learners wish to use short and easy learning content fitted to their current needs.

Last but not least the advantages of HTML5 within the context of mobile learning projects are illustrated based on two concrete customer projects, conducted by IMC. The first example is the International Federation of Red Cross and Crescent Societies (IFRC), who provides its international employees and volunteers with learning courses in the form of mobile websites. These are designed to sensitize and train learners on the supply of health care measures to the population, in cases of emergency. The second example is Lafarge, who uses a modularly structured Web Based Training with responsive design to teach employees how to talk about sustainable building constructions with various stakeholders.

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