Converting Flash to HTML5: Make the switch successfully

Converting Flash to HTML5 is a major challenge, but it’s also a chance to take advantage and use the transformation process to decide which of your existing learning content is truly valuable to your learners and which courses need a radical overhaul.

There are all sorts of advantages for companies who make the move to HTML, including future-proofing your training so it’s on a platform that won’t be obsolete (like Flash is), driving a culture of learning and giving people the flexibility to take responsibility for their own learning.

For employees, the main benefit is the ability to access eLearning on any device at their convenience, rather than being restricted to learning at a desk. This is because Flash isn’t mobile-friendly, which means that if you’re still sending out old Flash-based learning, your learners aren’t getting the benefit of accessing content wherever and whenever they like.

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