How to choose an adaptive design elearning authoring tool

If you’re experienced in web design, then you’re likely to know a thing or two about adaptive and responsive layouts. But if not, then you might be interested in exactly what they are and how how authoring tools are using them are using them. Both responsive and adaptive design are responsible for controlling how web-based elearning content displays on a screen and across various devices. While many people mistakenly think that they’re the same thing, they do have some different qualities. Most authoring tools will consist of either adaptive or responsive design, or a combination of both if they are dedicated to providing an accessible multi-device learning experience for their audience. We’ve previously discussed responsive design features, but this blog will focus on what it means for an authoring tool to be adaptive.

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