Is it possible for learners to download a module onto their computer or mobile device so that they can access and complete the module offline?
That's typically something that has to be done by the platform the modules are launched from. Mostly such platforms are Learning Management Systems that support SCORM as the tracking method - and the SCORM standard doesn't allow for 'offline tracking' as it's an old standard that pre-dates the advent of smartphone technology by some years!
This is something that the LMS manufacturer can make available via another route but it's typically custom to that platform i.e. it would not be possible for us to build something that would do this for any SCORM compatible LMS.
I can tell you that Saba LMS has a mobile app that allows for this as do Moodle and Totara. I know Success Factors has a mobile app but I'm not sure if it allows for offline tracking.
In terms of download to computer... I vaguely remember one LMS that had a desktop app - I think it may have been Saba?? - but I also remember that it was built on an old embedded version of internet explorer 7 so Adapt wouldn't be compatible with it.
Hope this helps
I don't think there is any reason adapt would be different to any other html/js content in this regard in that some form of web server or wrapper is required as browsers are not keen on running js in local content.
This is something we have solved on a number of occasions and have had courses work from cd, usb memory stick and as apps on android /iOS.
Thank you both for your comments. I have passed them on to our tech team. We use proprietary technology and our Adapt packages are hosted on Amazon aws. Does this make things more complicated?
does anyone have an idea, how to make the html/js content run in a local browser? Are there recommendations on softwaresolutions for this?
Tank you, Chris