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.

November 18, 2016

Responsive eLearning Design And Why It’s Important

Well-designed online courses are able to adapt seamlessly across devices (e.g. between PC and smartphone). This is what's called responsive eLearning design. Developing a responsive eLearning course is a conscious choice by education designers to cater for learners moving between devices.
by Sarah Bock
October 6, 2016

4 Challenges Of Mobile Learning In Corporate Training

Many companies are including mobile learning in their training programs. This type of learning results in higher engagement and completion rates. However, there are certain challenges of mobile learning that companies need to overcome in order to successfully implement this kind of training.
by Joe Peters
October 5, 2016

4 Barriers To Mobile Learning Adoption

Mobile devices are ubiquitous, which makes mobile learning (mLearning) the hottest trend in corporate eLearning efforts. If this is the case, why have most companies done little more than run pilot programs around mLearning? Here are 4 barriers to mobile learning adoption and how organizations can overcome them.
by Don Weobong
September 3, 2016

Mobile Learning At Work: Get An Edge In Today's Workforce

The rise of the smartphone hasn’t just changed the way we communicate and enjoy entertainment, but it now serves as one of the most convenient platforms for learning. Mobile learning is the latest way we can support eLearning experiences, with a range of benefits for today’s workforce. Here are some of the top advantages of using mobile learning at work.
by Scott Cooper
June 2, 2016

3 Tried And True Ways To Master A New Skill

One advantage of being an adult learner in the 21st century is the access to new technologies, including mobile learning apps. mLearning options actually facilitate the kind of repetitive, bite-sized learning that adults need to acquire new knowledge and master a new skill.
by Peter Murphy