According to US statistics, by 2020, nearly 46% of the workforce will consist of Generation Y also referred to as "screenagers" more used to screen learning (mobile learning), rather than learning from books. With the entry of "digital natives (Gen Y)", mobile learning is pushed forward as a powerful device to empower the learner because it allows learners to undertake education in an environment they find themselves in - be it commuting, at the workplace, or at home. The rise of the mobile workforce is creating new demands when it comes to training and development because mobile learning provides flexible, on-demand, just-in-time training that helps to offer training on the go.
As there is an increase in mobile workforce, the need to offer eLearning through mobile devices arises. How can we do that? We can convert flash-based legacy courses to HTML5. To learn what is HTML5, how it works for eLearning, what are the steps to migrate from flash-based legacy courses to HTML5, checkout this presentation on "Steps to Migrate from Flash Courses to HTML5"