Responsive eLearning Design For Higher Engagement And A Better Learning Experience
Mobile learning, or learning on the go, provides multi-device support.
- This means that all mobile learning courses run seamlessly across
devices ranging from smartphones or tablets to desktops or laptops.
- As an extension, the learners can choose to learn on the device they
- Additionally, they can move between devices during a given course
with the flexibility to resume on another device exactly from where
they left on a given device.
Slowly, there is a shift from offering this multi-device support that featured a fixed layout (mobile-friendly or adaptive eLearning design) to a dynamic design (mobile-first or responsive eLearning design) that automatically adapts to the view-able area of each device.
Should You Consider Investing In Responsive eLearning Designs?
As is true for any transitions, this raises associated questions like:
- What exactly is a responsive eLearning design?
- When should you invest in responsive eLearning designs?
- Does it indeed create a better learning experience?
In this article, I provide answers to these questions and then outline tips that you can use to create great responsive eLearning designs. I wrap up the article with 7 examples from our repository that show you how you can create great responsive eLearning designs that will create a more engaging learning experience.
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