Quality Assurance: Fine-Tuning Your eLearning to Be Its Best Part 3

Chapter 3: Advanced QA Testing

So far we’ve talked about the basic and intermediate techniques of quality assurance testing (QA). In our final installment, we’ll look at more advanced techniques that will help your eLearning perform smoothly.

Advanced Testing

• Use browser emulators to test older versions of common browsers – One thing many designers don’t realize is that many major organizations are a couple of versions behind on the common browsers. For example, many companies, associations, and government entities still use Windows 8. So how can you make sure that your eLearning course will work on their devices and computers?

There are programs and apps that can run your course within an environment that emulates an older browser. You can also sometimes mimic older versions in the browsers themselves – in Internet Explorer, it’s called F12 Developer Tools and in Chrome it’s simply called Developer Tools. Both are found under the Settings icons in the upper right of the browser.

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