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Monday, January 10, 2011

Lectora X.4 will speed migration to HTML5 and tablet-based learning, says Transition

Lectora e-learning specialist Transition believes that the release of Lectora X.4 could boost the adoption of m-learning on tablet devices that don't support Flash - and those that do.

When the iPad was announced, many e-learning professionals believed that it would become a great e-learning tool. There was just one problem: it doesn't support Flash - and a great deal of e-learning content is created using Flash.

"This has presented e-learning content creators with a problem," says Transition's Miles Corbett. "They have to reskill to adopt HTML5 - or avoid using the iPad as a delivery mechanism."

But the latest version of Lectora X, from Trivantis, neatly gets around this issue. "To Lectora X.4, HTML5 is just another means of publishing an e-learning project. That means it really doesn't matter what the final device is - you create an e-learning course, then publish to PC, Mac, iPhone, iPad or Android. It really is that simple."

Get get more information about Lectora Inspire or upgrades on the Transition website.

About Transition
Transition is an award-winning provider of Lectora and IBM Lotus e-learning products and services. Founded in 1996, the company's customers include ACCA, Baker Hughes, BT, EMCOR, HP, IBM, Rank Group and Royal & SunAlliance. Transition has won international e-learning awards in 1999, 2000, 2002 and 2005. Based in Kent, Transition provides e-learning solutions worldwide.

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