Mobile Learning Benefits

What are the Mobile Learning Benefits? Accessibility, flexibility, higher retention and collaborative learning are some of the Mobile Learning Benefits. Find out more in our eLearning articles, written by the authors worldwide.

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.

Why You Need A Responsive Learning Management System

Why You Need A Responsive Learning Management System

Current learning practices are driven by the individuals that use a Learning Management System (LMS) - NOT the System itself. The Learning Management System must adapt to a world where mobile devices are the learning tool of choice. We need to ensure that its use reflects the learning practices of our organization, association, or PTO. Read on to discover how a responsive Learning Management System meets these needs and helps meet the demands of a changing learning landscape.

Innovative Training Solutions For Banking And Financial Services Featuring mLearning And Performance Support Tools

Innovative Training Solutions For Banking And Financial Services

While Banking and Finance industries have been early adopters of eLearning, only in recent times is mLearning being considered. In this article, I will outline how mLearning can be one of the most meaningful training solutions for Banking and Financial Services. Additionally, I will share my insight on “learning as a continuum” and how eLearning or mLearning-based formal training can be effectively supplemented through Performance Support Tools (PSTs).

Using BYOD In Schools: Advantages And Disadvantages

Using BYOD In Schools: Advantages And Disadvantages

Do you remember how classrooms used to be during your school days? The blackboard, the whiteboard, chalks being used by teachers to impart the lesson; you being given paper copies or writing down notes with your pen. However, copies, chalks, and blackboards are fast becoming more and more irrelevant every day that passes by, thanks to the advance in technology. More and more schools and other educational institutions are using technology at a brisk pace; and to make technology an integral part of the classroom, they are implementing the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policy.

4 Reasons Why Mobile Learning Is A Smart Strategy

4 Reasons Why Mobile Learning Is A Smart Strategy

Mobile learning is a smart strategy. Think about this: what would a day without your smartphone be like? Are you feeling a little anxious… maybe wondering how you’ll check your email or look up the nearest 24-hour drug store when you run out of allergy medicine or check to see what the hipsters are posting on Instagram?

Phew. Your phone is an essential part of everyday life—and your learners’ lives. That’s one reason why mLearning is a smart strategy for multiple industries, including the education realm and training departments all over the world.

Blended Learning Still Ticks My Boxes – As Does Mobile Learning Despite What Some Reports May Say!

Why Blended Learning Still Ticks My Boxes

Mobile learning is not designed to be an educational tool that works in silo, but as a tool that complements other training measures such as classroom style training and virtual classes. By developing learning strategies that incorporate a wide variety of learning activities such as classroom instruction, virtual training, or mobile learning, companies can give staff greater, more flexible learning and improved performance support.