THE CHALLENGE (We Would Love To Face)

Converting 3000+ e-Learning objects from Flash to HTML5

This client is a leading provider of K-12 online curriculum and blended learning solutions. Edgenuity Digital Learning Objects (DLO) approached Integra to convert 3000+ e-Learning objects from Flash to HTML5 for latest browser and mobile compatibility.

The learning objects were part of their curriculum for lower primary and primary students in the subjects of English and Maths.

These courses needed to be deployed on the learning platform in mobile and browser ready formats. Edgenuity DLO provided storyboards, necessary guidelines and a custom conversion tool for converting the Flash content into HTLM5.

Our Strategy (Sure Shot, Never Miss)

Integrating graphic elements with custom conversion tool to transform Flash to HTML5

The development team at Integra, comprising of instructional designers, graphic designers, animators, programmers and quality control engineers, analysed the inputs, guidelines and explored the functionality of the custom tools for converting the learning objects.

The graphic designers and animators extracted the content from the existing DLOs in the format that is compatible with the input requirements of the custom conversion tool.

The programmers integrated the graphic elements using the custom tool based on the storyboards and generated the HTML5 output. The instructional designers played a crucial role by ensuring the instructional effectiveness of the content during the conversion.

They also ensured that the generated content is as close as the Flash output and engage the learner at the same level as the Flash learning objects. The quality assurance team checked the overall quality of the output and delivered the content to the client.

Key Results (Beyond Your Expectations)

HTML5 content that is engaging and easy to understand

Integra developed the HTML5 content based on the client’s requirements and the courses were delivered on schedule.

This client DLO was able to deploy the learning objects on their learning management system and the students were able to access the same from their desktops, laptops and mobile devices.

The near Flash output in HTML5 format helped learners understand the concepts in an engaging way and enhance the retention of concepts.

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