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non-technical evangelism for educational media to move toward more use of HTML5.

non-technical evangelism for educational media to move toward more use of HTML5.

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  • 1. HTML5: A Good Thing Bill Zobrist Product Strategy Pearson
  • 2. Just for the record, when I say “HTML5,” I’m including CSS, JavaScript, and DOM
  • 3. A bit on your presenter: @bzobrist
    • In education media for over 20 years
    • Emerging & Online Product Strategy
    • elearning Courseware
    • Mobile learning apps
    • The ebook guy
    I AM NOT A RCOKET SCIENTIST
  • 4. A bit about this session
    • We’ll keep it light
    • Non-technical
    • Focus on enabling web content for learning
    • Let’s have discussion!
  • 5. Why I think HTML5 is the watershed event for mobile learning Bill Zobrist Product Strategy Pearson The Talk Rejected Title
  • 6. Why is HTML5 a Good Thing?
  • 7. increasingly mobile - changing how we interact with the web
    • We create content
    • We share
    • We continue to search for answers
    • We watch a lot of video
    • We burn through a lot of apps
  • 8. Change in Internet Use by Age
  • 9. Growth of mobile categories
  • 10. Killer App or Kill the App?
    • Do we need another 100K apps?
    • Only 5% of people use a free app 30 days after its been downloaded
    Not the answer
  • 11. For education, we need build once - play everywhere. HTML5 can give us that (eventually)
  • 12. For the good of mobile learning - Flash may need to die Really, Flash will have its place for a long time to come
  • 13. We need a great web experience - no matter how we decide to access it
  • 14. we have a problem: Your browser dictates your view of the web
  • 15. Standards give an expected experience
  • 16. Enter HTML5
    • http://bit.ly/kKCm1X
  • 17. Highlights
    • No plug-ins!
    • Offline Data
    • Drag & Drop
    • Geolocation
    • Semantic Tags
    • Canvas
    • History
  • 18. Video - No Plug-in! (but some headaches)
  • 19. Offline data storage
  • 20. Drag and Drop
  • 21. Geolocation
  • 22. Canvas for rich interactions
    • Look Ma, no Flash!
  • 23. The History API
    • The illusion of “back”
    • Loads only new part of page
    • No page refresh = big performance upside!
  • 24. HTML5 to Education
    • Video with no plugins…it just works!
    • Offline data storage … assessments?
    • Drag & Drop - activities
    • Geolocation - checking, but not Facebook?
    • Canvas … rich interactions
    • History … performance
  • 25. THANKS! [email_address] Twitter: bzobrist Location: usually near NYC HTML5: It’s a good thing.