According to research by Lynch, by 2020, nearly 46% (almost half) of the workforce will consist of Millennials Generation Y also referred to as “screenagers” more used to screen learning (mobile learning), rather than learning from books. With the entry of “digital natives (Gen Y)”, mobile learning is pushed forward as a powerful device to empower the learner because it allows learners to undertake education in an environment they find themselves in at any given point of time – be it commuting, at the workplace, or at home. Does that mean that migrating Flash content to HTML5 has become a necessity?
Migrating Flash to HTML5 for Millennials
Almost half of the workforce in the US will soon be millennials. Migrating Flash to HTML5 can promote eLearning among millennials because it:
- Makes e-learning accessible on mobile devices
- Increases the flexibility to learn anytime, anywhere
Migrating Flash to HTML5 to Promote eLearning among Millennials
Understanding the importance of mobile Learning, many organizations who have been developing eLearning courses for their employees for many years are now realizing the need to make their eLearning content available through smartphones and tablets. But the eLearning courses that run on desktops do not run on iPads or the latest version of android tabs if they are developed using Flash.
The Flash output is not supported by IOS and android versions. But a great deal of courses are already developed using Flash and these need to be converted from Flash to HTML5.
Migrating Flash to HTML5 has been really aided by its capability to create interactive content, which is universally accessible across mobiles and non-mobile platforms.
So, how do you migrate your Flash-based eLearning courses into HTML5 eLearning content? What is HTML5? What are the steps to migrate from Flash to HTML5? To get answers to these questions, check this blog on the steps for successful Flash to HTML5 conversion.