7 Examples Of Responsive eLearning Design For Higher Engagement And A Better Learning Experience

| January 21, 2019

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Of late, there is a big buzz on Responsive eLearning designs vs older Adaptive eLearning designs. In this article, I’ll show you why you should invest in it, when you should use it, and how you can create great responsive eLearning designs.Mobile learning, or learning on the go, provides multi-device support.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.Unlike the first-generation, mobile learning solutions that were mobile friendly (worked on all devices but featured an adaptive or fixed layout), the mobile-first or responsive eLearning designs adapt to the viewable area of a device creating an optimal view and a better learning experience.

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