Mobile Learning

Mobile Learning (mlearning) is a revolution in e-Learning. Learn everything about the trends, the advantages and many more from our top eLearning authors.

5 Key Holistic Principles For Performance Support Applications

5 Key Holistic Principles For Performance Support Applications

If you are new to designing for mobile and wearable performance support applications, adopting a holistic perspective can help guide your activities. A holistic perspective will focus on the user experience and help you see what a user will try to accomplish with your tool. Considering and using holistic guidelines can help you answer the fundamental “Can I” versus “Should I” design dilemmas.

Impressive Mobile Learning Design: The First Step To Successful Mobile Learning Delivery

Impressive Mobile Learning Design: The First Step To Successful Mobile Learning Delivery

Most organizations are now open to the idea of taking advantage of the increase in smartphone and tablet use in the workplace mobile learning for eLearning delivery. This increases the availability and accessibility of training for the employees, who can now utilize their time learning even when out of office. But the increasing use of mobile-enabled learning content creates a set of challenges for eLearning developers. Here is how effective mobile learning design can be the first step to successful mobile learning delivery.

8 Tips To Create Multi-Platform eLearning Courses

8 Tips To Create Multi-Platform eLearning Courses

"Supply and demand" may be a marketing term, but it also pertains to eLearning delivery methods. An increasing number of learners are now demanding multi-platform eLearning courses. In this article, I’ll offer 8 tips for creating smartphone, tablet, and wearable tech-friendly eLearning.

5 Things Modern Learners Love About Game-Based Mobile Learning

5 Things Modern Learners Love About Game-Based Mobile Learning

As eLearning developers, our main focus has to be on the ways that learners can be best engaged. Game-based mobile learning has been immensely successful in corporate circles as well, to create impactful learning opportunities for employees. Now learning games are available on learners’ mobile devices as well and this takes their popularity on a whole new level.

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6 Mobile Learning Trends For 2016

Looking for ways to keep your mobile learning course modern and memorable? Based on a report released by Towards Maturity, roughly 47% of organizations are now using mobile devices for their online training needs [1] and that number is sure to grow. Read up on these top 6 mobile learning trends that are on the rise in 2016.

7 Best Practices To Create Responsive Design For Mobile Learning

7 Tips To Create Responsive Design For Mobile Learning

Looking for a way to convert your eLearning course into a mobile learning experience without having to devote time and countless hours to the development process? In this article, I’ll share 7 tips for creating responsive design for mobile learning that is accessible to every member of your audience.

mLearning May Not Be Right For You - Here’s Why

mLearning May Not Be Right For You - Here’s Why

Sometimes it seems that you cannot go a day without hearing a mention of mLearning (mobile learning) in our little eLearning world. The market opportunity being spoken of is truly huge – a recent report by research firm Markets and Markets pegged the total spend on mobile learning in 2020 at $ 37.6 billion. Pretty much every player in the space has to sit up and take notice of such numbers. There has been a lot written, including by us, about situations where mLearning should become the preferred choice. That being said, though, what are the downsides? What are the situations where you should consider not climbing onto the mLearning bandwagon?

Going mLearning: 2 Points To Ponder

Going mLearning: 2 Points To Ponder

Use of mobile devices to carry out enterprise processes and transactions is on the rise, and so is the demand by organizational users to make eLearning available on mobile devices. This is popularly known as mLearning.