Friday, September 7, 2012

Addressing M-Learning needs with Games and Simulations - HTML5 Interactions

Learning games have flooded the virtual world. The reason is very simple. Playing these games is a fun activity and they are also effective for learning purposes be it simple or complex topics without the environs of the conventional classrooms. Likewise, Simulations enable learners to experience the scenario/context of the subject being taught through a variety of immersive learning situations, guided adaptive scenarios, whiteboard simulations and explorative branching simulations.

However, games or simulations building is a very tedious and time consuming act because of the creative effort of designing the game, bringing in the visual appeal in those and also the complex programming effort involved in building the interactions. In such situations, course creators would like to have an option of reaching a library of ready games and simulations which can be easily customized without programming and used in training. This is the essence of rapid interactivity approach.Games & Simulations - Now in HTML5

Above all, with the increased use of smart phones and tablets in education, eLearning course developers are looking to effectively leverage mobile devices as new training mediums. Every eLearning developer and course creator today is in search of a wholesome solution that creates engaging games and simulations based interactions in HTML5 formats. To address this difficulty, Team Raptivity has organized a complimentary webinar “Raptivity launches Games and Simulations - Now in HTML5” on Wednesday, 12th September, 2012. The webinar is from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM PDT.

This 60 minutes webinar will cover the following topics:

1) Why mLearning?

2) What are the challenges developers face while creating mLearning courses?

3) Raptivity - A solution for your mLearning needs

4) Raptivity HTML5 Demo

The webinar will be followed by an interactive Q&A session. So, quickly register and reserve your seats for this complimentary webinar. Don’t forget Wednesday, September 12, 2012 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM PDT.

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