Presenter 360 makes it easy to deliver courses to learners with tablets and smartphones. Here are answers to common questions about publishing mobile-ready courses.

How do I publish courses for mobile devices?

It's easy! Since Adobe discontinued Flash, simply publish your course for web or LMS. You don't have to do any extra work. You'll get HTML5-only output that works beautifully in all major browsers on desktop and mobile devices.

How do learners view courses on tablets and smartphones?

Give learners a link to your published course, as described in the following table. When learners click the link, the HTML5 output will launch in their default web browser.

If you publish for...

Do this...

Review 360

  1. Open your web browser to your Review 360 home page and click your course to open it.
  2. Click Share in the upper right corner.
  3. If you want to password-protect your course, mark the box to Set a password and enter a password in the field provided.
  4. Copy the shareable link, then send it to your viewers. Be sure to give them the password, too, if you added one.

Web

Upload your published course to a web server, then send learners a link to the presentation.html file.

Articulate Online

Invite learners to view your published course. See this tutorial for details.

LMS

Upload your published course to your LMS. Each LMS uses a different process for this. Contact your LMS administrator if you need help uploading, launching, or tracking content.

Are published courses responsive? Do they adapt to different screen sizes?

HTML5 courses published with Presenter 360 use the responsive mobile player when viewed on tablets and smartphones.

The responsive player dynamically adapts to different tablets and smartphones, providing an optimized view of your course on every device—no extra work required. It fluidly responds to different mobile screen sizes and orientations, hiding sidebar menus till you need them, eliminating browser chrome, and delivering mobile-friendly playback controls.

The responsive player moves out of the way to maximize the screen real estate for your slide content. Your content will maintain its aspect ratio, but it’ll scale to fill as much of the screen as possible on tablets and smartphones.

See these responsive mobile player FAQs for details.

Can courses be viewed on iPads?

Yes. When learners launch your course, it’ll automatically open in their default browser.

Can courses be viewed on iPhones?

Yes. When learners launch your course, it’ll automatically open in their default browser.

Can courses be viewed on Android devices?

Yes. When learners launch your course, it’ll automatically open in their default browser.

How do I track learners' progress when they view content on mobile devices?

Publish your course for LMS. Presenter 360 supports AICC, SCORM, and Tin Can API (xAPI) output. Then follow the steps for your LMS to upload the published output and enroll learners. When learners launch the course, it'll automatically open in their default web browser. The HTML5 output works beautifully in all major browsers on desktop and mobile devices.

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