Flash Soon to Be Gone: Future-proof Your Learning Content

The times they are a changin’ – and so are the technologies. Once a go-to application for everything from video ads to games to entire websites, Adobe Flash will no longer be supported in most Internet browsers after the end of this year.

For those of us involved in the eLearning and online training space, this may impact your training program, especially if you have courses that are a few years old. This is because for a long time, online training courses were published in Flash and although HTML5 is a more recent publishing option, some of your courses might still contain elements of Flash (e.g. animations, transitions, effects, and accordion or hover features).

Similarly, your SCORM content may contain some Flash elements. The majority of today’s online training packages are delivered via SCORM, but courses containing Flash (anything with the file extension .swf) could be affected – even if they’re delivered via SCORM.

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