Many organizations have adopted mobile learning and are now looking for ways to optimize it for achieving their training objectives. This starts with designing a successful mobile learning strategy. In this blog, we will discuss three key factors you should consider when designing your mobile learning course.
Organizations considering mobile learning to train their employees are a little wary of using it because they are not sure of how it will impact their training. We give you five good reasons to consider mobile learning in this post.
Mobile learning puts knowledge in the palms of the learner. If you have to develop a mobile learning course that will meet the needs of your learners and provide them a compelling mobile learning experience, you will have to plan your learning strategy well. In this blog, we will discuss three critical factors you should consider for your mobile learning strategy.
Mobile learning is seeing increased adoption among businesses for training their employees. The reasons for this are the widespread use of mobile technology. Mobile learning:
Mobile learning has extended learning beyond the classroom but designing mobile learning alone is not enough. It has to be delivered the right way to help learners access it anytime, anywhere. The delivery method you choose should help learners acquire information and retain knowledge.
Gone are the days when people accessed the Internet only through desktop and laptops. Today, a wide variety of tablets and smartphones are used to perform various activities online, and these include learning. Many organizations are adopting mobile learning (m-learning) methodologies to deliver knowledge and skills to their workforce. In this blog, we will look at 6 growing m-learning trends that are transforming the corporate training world.
We are well aware that mobile learning is becoming increasingly popular because it makes learning accessible anytime and anywhere to learners. But remember how you deliver training is as important as what you deliver.
In the last few years, few technologies have evolved and advanced as much as mobile devices. With the emergence of touch technology and extremely powerful microprocessors, the computing abilities of mobile devices have become almost on par with desktops and laptops. Combine this with the advent of high-speed wireless Internet and mobile devices have changed almost every aspect of our lives. From the way we shop, make friends, eat food, and arrange transport, everything has been ‘mobilized’.
Mobile learning has extended learning beyond the classroom but designing mobile learning alone is not enough. It has to be delivered in the right way to help learners access it anytime, anywhere, to suit their needs. The delivery method you choose should be accessible to learners and help them acquire information and retain knowledge.
Responsive design is the core of mobile learning because this makes online courses available across all devices. With responsive design, all the text blocks, images, and videos blend seamlessly on the mobile screen. You can create a single course that adapts to any browser or device. This allows for a seamless learning experience; it motivates learners to get involved in the learning and interact with the course material. With employees today preferring to access online courses on their mobile devices, responsive design enriches their experience of learning anytime and anywhere, as per their convenience.