Mobile

Until recently, rich internet application development has been mostly synonymous with the Adobe Flash platform. Although Flash remains the most robust engine for rendering interactive experiences on the web, the evolving HTML5 specification, combined with Javascript and CSS 3, provides an exciting new cross platform medium for delivering compelling educational  applications. With mobile support for Flash waning, and absent entirely on platforms like iOS, HTML5 is fast becoming the preferred tool for developing web-based interactivity.

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Flash

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Desktop

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Harvard

Educational Media Solutions president and founder, Chris Spence M.Ed, graduated from Harvard University’s Technology, Innovation, and Education Master’s Program in the spring of 2008. He has been employed at the university as a teaching fellow since the Fall of 2007. Chris has taught labs for several courses at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, most often for: Innovation by Design: Projects in Educational Technology (T-522: David Dockterman). He has also served as teaching fellow for HGSE’s Universal Design for Learning (T-560: David Rose) ¬†and Transforming Education Through Emerging Technologies (T-561: Chris Dede).

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