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Making Content Relevant to the Channel – The Wimbledon App

The challenges associated with┬ámaking eLearning content work seamlessly on mobile devices will eventually be addressed. However, the real value is in creating content that is closely tied to how it is consumed – Desktops, Tablets or Smartphones. Here is a

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Moving your Online Training from Flash to HTML5: 5 Best Practices

Moving your flash based courses to HTML5? Here are five best practices to keep in mind. 1. Consider incorporating responsive design principles so that your content will work well on devices with different form factors (Smartphones, Tablets). 2. Evaluate browser

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More Learning, Less Searching

Google Maps for Android now lets you navigate inside some of the most popular museums here in the US. So the next time you are in the Air and Space Museum, you can easily find the rest rooms or the

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Mobile Learning: Key facts that determine product features

I will touch upon some of the key facts that drove our conceptual vision for the Anywhere Learner Mobile app at Sify. Here are some data points on the consumption patterns for content delivered through Smartphones as well as some

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