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New Mobile Learning Software Settles the HTML5 vs Flash Debate

PROVO, Utah Feb. 1, 2011 Mobile Learning Studio

Rich Chetwynd

Rapid Intake

Robert Gadd

mLearning

Jared Warren

Rapid Intake tools use page templates to create course structures quickly and easily. Developers simply place their text and media files into the forms provided and the mLearning Studio compiles the information into a format that is accessible from any iOS or Android device (2.1 or higher).

Inge de Waard

One obstacle that many mobile learning solutions face is compatibility with the SCORM standard, which has been used by e-learning developers to track learners and their progress. There are several m-learning options, but few offer the ability to track learner progress directly within a learning management system (LMS). With the new mLearning Studio, developers will be able to deploy their mobile courses using SCORM 1.2, 2004 or AICC standards.

Garin Hess

Rapid Intake has set up a page where anyone can sign up to keep informed of release dates and announcements, as well as request demos and beta access. To sign up, please visit the mLearning Studio page.

About Rapid Intake:

Rapid Intake is the leader in rapid interactive e-learning development and review. The powerful, flexible Rapid Intake toolset helps instructional designers and content owners collaboratively create Flash-based interactive courses, quizzes, games, and simulations built on proven learning patterns.

Media Contact:

Chris Marcum

Rapid Intake, Inc.

801.609.8316

SOURCE Rapid Intake

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