by Guillaume Privat


June 18, 2012

Adobe Connect 9 and Captivate 6 enable mobile learning

by Guillaume Privat, Director, Adobe Connect

The Adobe Captivate team announced last week the release of Adobe Captivate 6.  It is a great release.  One of the main feature of the release is the ability to publish elearning content in HTML5 that works cross devices.   This is a critical first step towards mobile learning.

The Adobe Captivate and Adobe Connect team worked closely together to ensure that HTML5 content created with Captivate 6 could be uploaded to the Adobe Connect content library and embedded into a course or a curriculum.  Adobe Connect Training will then track completion of these HTML5 courses providing an end to end workflow from content authoring with Captivate to distribution of the content and score tracking.

Adobe Connect 9 and Adobe Captivate 6 thus provide an end to end workflow for mobile learning that will help organization deploy their e-learning courses across all devices efficiently.


Guillaume Privat

Guillaume Privat

Guillaume Privat is Director and General Manager of the Adobe Connect business unit at Adobe. Privat brings over 20 years experience in telecommunications, enterprise and consumer software with previous executive positions at Macromedia, Siebel Systems or Orange. Privat holds an MBA from the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley and MS from Universite Paris Dauphine. You can follow him on Twitter @gprivat.

Adobe Connect is a web conferencing platform, powering complete solutions for web meetingseLearning, and webinars, on any device.


  • By Jeff - 11:49 PM on June 20, 2012  

    Exciting stuff. Any chance you can link to a demo of this in action. I would love to connect the dots with a few of my clients.