Posts by Tanya Seidel

Should I stay, or should I go?

A Major Shift to Micro-Learning

If you are in the learning industry, you’ve seen micro-learning content show up in monthly industry publications, your daily news feeds, and maybe even your annual performance goals. But what is it really and why are so many people talking about it?

New Rules

Refreshed Section 508 Standards Are Now WCAG 2.0 – What Exactly Does it Mean for You?

The US government has updated the technical accessibility requirements covered by Section 508 with an international standard known as WCAG 2.0, the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, issued by the W3C, the World Wide Web Consortium.

Responsive e-learning design

Do You Really Need Responsive Design for Your E-Learning Courses?

E-Learning toolmakers have retrofitted their rapid authoring tools to be able to better cater to mobile devices while browsers are ditching their support of Flash in favor of HTML5 that can be rendered on any device. But when it comes to e-learning, the question still remains - is responsive design really necessary?

Changing Section 508 Laws and the Implications to Your E-Learning

Changing Section 508 Laws and the Implications to Your E-Learning

If you’re an e-learning developer or development team member, you’re likely familiar with at least the terms “Section 508” or “accessibility” and whether or not you need to worry about them. Did you know? Section 508 and the standards outlined within it, are about to change.

Transition from Flash to HTML5

Transitioning from Flash to HTML5 and What It Means for Existing E-Learning Courses on Desktop Browsers

Flash is out, HTML5 is in, and each web browser is embracing this on its own terms. What does that mean for your existing e-learning courses?

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