LSGWebinar | Steve Rayson: E-Learning in a multi-device world - 2012-09-20





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Published on Sep 20, 2012

A Learning and Skills Group Webinar: http://www.learningandskillsgroup.com/

Steve Rayson, Managing Director, Kineo
Living in a multi-device world presents new challenges for learning departments. There are many design and technical issues involved in delivering learning to desktops, laptops, tablets and smartphones.

In this webinar we look at the implications of multiple devices for e-learning and demonstrate different delivery options with case studies. We will also show how new technical advances have enabled the development of responsive e-learning designs. These responsive designs allow content to be delivered in an appropriate format to multiple devices from a single version. This exciting development renders redundant the concept of developing different versions for different devices and the associated headaches of updating and tracking multiple versions.

The webinar will cover:

■ Growth of different devices and their use
■ Google survey findings on cross device behaviour
■ Delivering learning to multiple devices -- Technical options and design implications
■ Single responsive e-learning designs (RED) - Delivering a single version to multiple device

Steve Rayson
Steve is Kineo's UK Managing Director and one of Kineo's founders. He is responsible for the overall management of Kineo. He has become obsessed with designing and delivering multi-device solutions to clients.

Steve has spent the last 15 years designing, developing and delivering e-learning solutions for large corporate clients from McDonald's to Nikon.

Steve was formerly a Board Director at Epic where he worked for 5 years and helped to grow the company prior to its sale to Huveaux in 2005. Prior to this Steve was Director of Resources of Brighton and Hove City Council where he was responsible amongst other things for the development of the City's 7,000 staff. Steve's earlier career was as a management consultant at KPMG and Ernst & Young.

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