Mobile Learning: 6 Steps to Make a Successful Start – An Infographic

Mobile Learning: 6 Steps to Make a Successful Start - An Infographic

People check their mobile phones 150 times a day. Most of them check phones every one hour. (Source: Mary Meeker, Business Insider Australia)

It is common knowledge that mobile devices have become an integral part of our lives. These incredible gadgets have radically transformed the way we access information. According to Horizon Report, 2011, by 2015, about 80% of people will be accessing the Internet from mobile devices only, with the main focus on education.

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Ensuring Data Security When Implementing M-learning

Ensuring Data Security When Implementing M-learning

Recently, the US military command’s (Centcom) Twitter and YouTube accounts were hacked allegedly by those backing Islamic State. Centcom stated that it was “cyber-vandalism” and that no sensitive data has been compromised. Data security has become an increasingly worrisome phenomenon, not just for governments but also for corporate organizations. Employees are increasingly using their personal devices – smartphones, tablets and phablets for accessing companies’ data which includes corporate training content.

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4 Types of Trainings That Can Be Delivered Through Mobile Devices

4 Types of Trainings That Can Be Delivered Through Mobile Devices

Mobile learning is learning facilitated through mobile devices such as smartphones, ipads without the learner being obliged to stay at a fixed location. Therefore, mobile learning cannot be seen as a new addition to the existing training methods. But, it can be viewed as a complementary way to enhance the performance of all types of training methods. However, not all training programs can be offered through mobile devices.

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Audience Analysis: Key Requirement for M-learning Implementation

Audience Analysis: Key Requirement for M-learning Implementation

Mobile learning is not like any other training method. One thing that we need to remember is that it cannot really replace existing training methods. What it best does is supplement or complement existing methods – be it instructor-lmlearned training or eLearning. What does this mean? It means that you cannot have a blanket mLearning implementation across the organization. It would not work and it would not be prudent to do that. It is important to analyze the audience that is most suitable for mLearning implementation in your organization.

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5 Smart Tips for Designing M-learning

By Manisha Reddy K

5 Smart Tips for Designing M-learning

M-learning is learning on a mobile device. A mobile device could be a mobile phone, iPad, Tablet, Laptop, etc. Among all these, laptops are the most convenient devices to deliver eLearning courses, as these devices are very similar to desktop computers. . So, they don’t pose any technical issues for the developer. This blog provides design tips for delivering training on mobile devices other than laptops.

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Who Are The Typical Audience for M-learning Courses?

Who Are The Typical Audience for M-learning Courses?

The number of companies using mobile-learning is growing by leaps and bounds. According to the Ambient Insight Report (2011), the number of companies buying mLearning solutions is growing by 29.3% per annum. Therefore, it doesn’t come as a surprise that mLearning is the latest buzzword in the L&D world. As the number of people using mobile devices continues to rise, organizations are increasingly depending on these hand-held appliances to impart training.

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Converting Elearning to mLearning – Free Presentation

By Ramya Alugani

Converting eLearning to mLearning

When you need to train your employees who are mostly travelling or when your training cannot be suspended because employees spend extended times on field, mLearning could be a viable option. You need not start afresh with mLearning but can convert your existing eLearning content into mLearning.

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How do you Get Started With mLearning?

It is estimated that in the next 5 years, more users will connect to the Internet by using their mobile devices than through their PCs. This has interesting implications for training design. Organizations, who are keen to stay in tune with the changing times and offer the best training solutions to their employees, cannot afford to ignore the recent explosion in the use of mobile devices for delivering training.

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