The ever expanding range of devices used by people today has redefined the way eLearning is developed. eLearning now needs to be accessible on almost every device to give learners the flexibility to learn. At any time. From any place. What this entails is a thorough testing of the learning resource on all target devices.
Enter Multi-device Testing.
So you could be looking at a variety of shapes and sizes, from desktop PCs and Macs to mobile computing options like laptops, tablets, phablets, and smartphones. And if there is a BYOD policy in place, that just adds to the variety of devices on which your eLearning needs to be supported! Along with devices, you also have to think of the different browsers through which learners will access the course…as well as the operating systems, manufacturers and models, and connectivity modes. Think that’s complex? Wait. There’s more. Remember that your course will need to be checked for functionality, usability, learning standards compliance, and performance for EACH combination. On simulators and emulators. And on physical devices. Phew!
We had earlier written a blog post – Testing Of Multi-Device eLearning Projects, which listed some key areas that need special focus when testing your multi-device projects. Going a step forward, to help you conduct reliable multi-device testing that delivers high quality eLearning projects, we have arranged a webinar Multi-device Testing – Challenges, Considerations and Solutions on October 16th at 10 AM IST (Register Now) and 3 PM BST (Register Now). To be presented by our in-house experts – Geera Bellare, AVP (Learning Design) and Anushka Khairajani, Associate Manager (Quality), the webinar draws on our 10+ years of experience in designing, developing and testing eLearning courseware.
Here’s what the 60 minute webinar will cover:
- Understanding Multi-Device Testing
- Challenges and considerations of Multi-Device Testing
- Possible solutions, with their benefits and drawbacks
- How our Multi-Device Testing Lab can help
So register now and join us to understand the ins and outs of conducting reliable multi-device testing.