Converting Legacy Courses to Responsive E-learning: A Checklist [Infographic]

| February 22, 2018

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As your learners continue to go mobile, it’s time for you to start thinking about redesigning your legacy courses and retrofit them for your mobile audiences. Don’t let your Flash courses go unused; if your legacy courses are not instructionally sound, it’s time to update them too.Well, what are the situations you can convert your legacy courses? Before you start converting, check this infographic, which presents a checklist for converting legacy courses to responsive e-learning.

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