Hyderabad, India – October 04, 2019
Beat Flash at its Own Game! Discover Ways to Salvage Your Online Training Resources – Live Webinar
CommLab India, the most sought-after provider of rapid eLearning solutions and authoring tools expert is hosting a webinar on a topic that’s currently priority for training managers across the globe – the phase out of Adobe Flash and its impact on corporate training.
Adobe Flash, a software that has been used in eLearning development for more than two decades is all set to retire in 2020. This decision by Adobe has left many training managers wondering on the plight of their existing eLearning courses that have been entirely developed in Flash or contain Flash components. With browsers withdrawing support for Adobe Flash by the end of 2020, existing eLearning courses are expected to become inaccessible.
As a solution to this problem, organizations that hold the learning and development of employees as top priority are looking to convert their Flash-based courses to HTML5. However, as expected with any change, there are questions galore.
- Will the end of Flash mean bidding goodbye to existing courses?
- What happens to courses that have been developed in other software (apart from Flash) now obsolete?
- What happens to those courses for which source files are untraceable?
- Is it possible to update courses in terms of content and also enhance them instructionally?
CommLab India is hosting a one-hour webinar, ‘The 2020 Phase Out of Adobe Flash – What’s the Impact On Your Training?’ to help organizations find answers to these questions, and salvage their existing training resources.
With a track record of converting close to 5000 Flash courses to HTML5, CommLab India has the experience and the expertise to handle a variety of conversion requirements, while maintaining a focus on quality and sustaining the need to scale up rapid conversion projects. Clients who have approached CommLab India with the requirement to scale up Flash to HTML5 conversion projects, have appreciated the organization’s well-defined processes for HTML5 conversion that result in quality projects on time, every time.
The webinar draws on the expertise of CommLab India to deliver practical insights on:
- Identifying Flash assets and testing converted courses
- Exploring the scope of enhancing existing Flash-based courses
- Understanding four practical strategies – Record, Republish, Rebuild, Redesign – to take care of HTML5 conversion requirements
- Decoding project management for a smooth Flash to HTML5 conversion process
The webinar also shares practical tips to get started with conversion projects. Not to mention, a checklist on the pre-conversion requirements to keep Flash to HTML5 conversion projects on track. Right from ways to auditing existing legacy courses to selecting the right authoring tool, participants can expect to find the right guidance in this webinar.
Join the webinar on OCTOBER 30, 2019 – 10:00 AM EDT, 4:00 PM CEST.
“A lot of misconceptions surround the phase out of Adobe Flash. We’d like to reassure our customers that it is possible to salvage existing online training resources and the end of Flash doesn’t signify an end to your valuable repository of training assets. Hosting this webinar on the phase out of Flash and its impact on corporate training is part of our continued commitment to educate our customers as well as interested individuals in the L&D fraternity” – says Dr. Ayesha Habeeb Omer, COO & Co-Founder, CommLab India.
About CommLab India:
CommLab India is the most sought-after global leader for rapid eLearning solutions. The company has 100 International customers in 30+ countries.
With our formidable authoring tools expertise and decades of experience in corporate training and instructional design, we offer rapid eLearning solutions for speed, scale and value with any authoring tool:
- ILT material conversion into instructionally sound, visually appealing, engaging eLearning curriculums and other digital learning formats.
- Legacy Course Conversions from Flash or any other authoring tool to HTML5, even if you do not have source files.
- eLearning Translation of English eLearning course into 35 international languages – both text and audio