Knowledgebase : Mobile

This document lists guidelines in publishing course content that can be played on NetExam Mobile applications on iOS and Android platforms.

NetExam will be introducing the concept of “class-pass” with this release. When a learner registers for an Instructor-Led-Class they will be emailed a "class pass" that contains a QR code unique to the learner and the class. The learner can then take this class pass to the class and let the Instructor scan it with the NetExam Instructor Mobile app which will then recognize the learner and give them attendance credit.

The Informal Tracker App was designed specifically for Managers who are having Group Manager privilege to help them manage the informal events.
Using this app they will be able to Create events, add participants to the events, save the event information as well they can video the event and upload to the NetExam system. Then participant will get credits.

NetExam introduces a Microsoft Windows app with its Fall 2017 release. This app can be downloaded and installed from the Windows App Store. It supports the Windows 10 operating system could be installed on laptops as well as tablets such as Surface Pro. This app as well as the Window Store Listing can be customized with your company’s branding. The app supports offline usage, allowing users to download content while connected to the Internet and use the content when an Internet connection is not available. The app keeps track of the learner’s progress and syncs progress with the NetExam system when a connection is established.

The NetExam Learner App is now available in the Google Play Store. Users can install this app on Android powered tablets. To download please use the following link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.netexam&hl=en

NetExam mobile apps now support offline exams. Administrators can configure what exams will be enabled for offline access and learners can then download and take them when not connected to the Internet. The app will synch their results back to the NetExam system when a connection is available. Till then, the results will be stored encrypted on the user’s device.

When designing an Articulate Storyline course that'll be viewed on an iPad, you'll want to use a 4:3 aspect ratio in order to make the best use of all the screen area.

The default story size of 720 x 540 is your best option. However, as long as you maintain a 4:3 aspect ratio, you can change your story size to 800 x 600, 1024 x 768, etc.

If you use a different aspect ratio, Storyline will maximize (scale) your content to fit within the iPad screen to prevent scrolling and provide the best experience possible.

See this thread in E-Learning Heroes for further discussion.

Source (Articulate Storyline  http://www.articulate.com/)

The NetExam Learner Portal has been enhanced to make it accessible from standard web browsers from devices such as phones and tablets. The responsive design will make the user interface  scale based on the device's screen size.

The NetExam mobile learning tracking app has been enhanced with the ability to record a video of a learner performing a task such as configuring/repairing a piece of equipment, making a sales presentation etc. These video recordings will be accessible via learner's transcript.