Designing and Delivering eLearning in a Multi-Device World - LearnX Keynote
Designing and Delivering eLearning in a Multi-Device World - LearnX Keynote
Designing and Delivering eLearning in a Multi-Device World - LearnX Keynote
Designing and Delivering eLearning in a Multi-Device World - LearnX Keynote
Designing and Delivering eLearning in a Multi-Device World - LearnX Keynote
Designing and Delivering eLearning in a Multi-Device World - LearnX Keynote
Designing and Delivering eLearning in a Multi-Device World - LearnX Keynote
Designing and Delivering eLearning in a Multi-Device World - LearnX Keynote
Designing and Delivering eLearning in a Multi-Device World - LearnX Keynote
Designing and Delivering eLearning in a Multi-Device World - LearnX Keynote
Designing and Delivering eLearning in a Multi-Device World - LearnX Keynote
Designing and Delivering eLearning in a Multi-Device World - LearnX Keynote
Designing and Delivering eLearning in a Multi-Device World - LearnX Keynote
Designing and Delivering eLearning in a Multi-Device World - LearnX Keynote
Designing and Delivering eLearning in a Multi-Device World - LearnX Keynote
Designing and Delivering eLearning in a Multi-Device World - LearnX Keynote
Designing and Delivering eLearning in a Multi-Device World - LearnX Keynote
Designing and Delivering eLearning in a Multi-Device World - LearnX Keynote
Designing and Delivering eLearning in a Multi-Device World - LearnX Keynote
Designing and Delivering eLearning in a Multi-Device World - LearnX Keynote
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Thanks to HTML5, mobile learning has been touted as the next big thing - but the take-up rate amongst organisations remains sluggish at best. Is it time to forget mlearning and focus on multi-device learning instead? This keynote session from the annual 2013 LearnX Learning Innovations Conference focuses on responsive design: what is it, how will it impact learning design, and ultimately how will it ensure the demise of mlearning? The session includes practical examples of learning programs created using responsive design as well as a sneak peak at one of the first responsive design frameworks on the market.

Key Learnings:
- What is responsive design?
- Three ways that responsive design will impact learning design.
- What impact will this have on learning in your organisation?

For more information, visit: www.kineo.com

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