With the reign of Flash coming to an end by 2020, organizations have started migrating to HTML5, which is more stable and scalable compared to Flash. However, migrating from Flash-based eLearning to HTML5 requires deciding on the conversion strategy, for which you must have a proper transition plan in place.
Mostly, eLearning resources in organizations are designed for different training needs, in different forms. Organizations can start with putting together an in-house team for the purpose of getting these courses together. Systematically examining existing eLearning courses will help organizations identify courses that have no source files, that have Flash elements, are completely developed in Flash and/or need a complete design overhaul.
Based on the course inventory, organizations can decide the strategy for conversion and evaluate the investment required. Here is a checklist which will enable organizations know such details about their eLearning inventory, and ultimately decide on a strategy for converting Flash-based eLearning.
This checklist will help organizations move to HTML5 with ease. Converting Flash-based eLearning into HTML5-based eLearning not only makes it compatible with multiple devices but also extends the utility of the Flash components. Make an early start and bid adieu to FLASH seamlessly.
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