Pune, India, June 06, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- eNyota Learning Pvt. Ltd. has released a whitepaper on Mobile Learning. With Mobile Learning slated to be the next big thing, today almost all the stakeholders in the eLearning world are focusing on getting their Mobile Learning strategies right and exploring ways of implementing it most effectively.
Keeping the needs of the stakeholders in mind, eNyota Learning has published a well researched whitepaper.
The whitepaper attempts to answer the peripheral questions that go into making a correct Mobile Learning strategy. Also, given the current situation and technologies, the whitepaper tries to examine what are the challenges and solutions for mLearning development.
The whitepaper covers the following points in detail:
Which device should be considered for mLearning?
Why the loss of Flash is so important to mLearning development?
HTML5 and the audio sync problem with respect to the iPad
Currently available and upcoming HTML 5 authoring tools
The million dollar questions in mLearning
Samples of mLearning using Lectora and Storyline
To receive a complimentary copy of the whitepaper readers can register at bit.ly/Ji5k9U.
About eNyota Learning
eNyota Learning (http://www.enyotalearning.com) is a niche learning solutions provider in India, offering a diverse range of custom eLearning and mLearning course development options. eNyota Learning was founded in 2007 and has executed projects for clients spread across US, UK, Europe and Australia. eNyota’s course development services include:
Creation of high-end customized eLearning courses using Flash and/or Lectora
Development of rapid eLearning courses using tools like Articulate Studio/Storyline, Captivate, Rapid Intake & other proprietary authoring tools
Development of new mLearning courses for the iPad & Android-based Tablets using HTML 4/5.
Conversion of existing Flash-based courses for the iPad using HTML 4/5.
Multi-Language course development services
Simulations to train employees on new Software and Enterprise Applications
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