Corporate training is constantly evolving along with new technologies that are being incorporated into the training environment. We moved from OHPs to PPTs and then to self-paced eLearning courses. Integrating mobile technology into the corporate training framework is a natural progression of this phenomenon.
As per a recent report by eLearning Guild, although only 10% to 20% of organizations have begun implementing mobile learning, interest is growing and more and more corporates are trying to integrate it as a part of their training and development initiatives.
However, when we adopt something new, we tend to look at it from the perspective of our existing knowledge. So, quite naturally, we would want to perceive mLearning based on our eLearning experience. Is this the right thing to do? What do training managers feel about this? How are organizations adopting this new medium? What are the challenges they are facing?
To learn answers to the above questions, download a whitepaper that shares experiences and perceptions of corporate training managers in North America who had initiated mobile learning as a major component of their corporate training and development program.