The Adobe Connect team believes that HTML5/WebRTC will solve three important challenges today: As WebRTC matures, Adobe Connect plans to be ready to support HTML5 on an even broader scale. We are already developing an Adobe Connect web client fully on HTML5 – so we are planning to be ready once HTML5 can support large scale collaboration across browsers.
Moving classrooms from the physical world to the virtual world can be a large undertaking for educational institutions or training groups within corporations. Beyond the associated travel cost savings , the move to virtual classrooms change the economics of the classroom and opens up new opportunities because of one of their often overlooked features: recordings.
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Many of our customers leverage Adobe Connect to deliver virtual training, and there are several key trends we have continually heard as we listen to their experiences. The first is that learners are increasingly mobile. There is an expectation, especially for those out in the field – that content is available for them at the moment of need, and in small chunks that can easily be consumed and applied on the spot.
Make Learning a Social and Mobile Experience – Introducing Adobe Experience Manager Communities for Learning
The way people consume content has changed dramatically in the course of the last few years. DVRs have taught us that we can expect to watch content when we want it, at the pace we want. Mobile devices have taught us that we can watch content in smaller, bite sized pieces, wherever we are located. Social networks have exponentially increased the number of individuals across which we can share information and recommendations. Yet, most of the corporate eLearning world remains in an environment where training is delivered top-down, in a we tell you what, when, and where to learn” type of fashion, chained to rigid Learning Management System software.