Designing Online Training That’s Accessible on iPads? 5 Questions to Ask!

| October 25, 2018

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Do you realize that there’s been a drastic change in learning at the workplace? Gone are the days when organizations decided what learners must learn and how. Now, its employees who decide what they want to learn, when, and how. It’s not uncommon to see learners using their mobile devices such as iPads and smartphones to access online training modules at their own time and pace.The iPad struck a sweet spot between the laptop and smartphone because of its functionality. The iPad is not as bulky as a laptop, is portable, and offers a bigger screen compared to a smartphone. And, hence became a preferred device for learning, especially in the academic sector. This trend caught up with corporates too, as is evident by the number of organizations who want to convert their online training programs to iPad-compatible courses. Before you go ahead with designing online training that’s accessible on iPads, ensure you have the answers to the following 5 questions.



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