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Mobile Learning

mLearning helps organizations to create effective and efficient training for their audience. mLearning helps in self-paced learning.


Want to create new mobile learning?
Or, perhaps you have materials that
you are looking to bring into mLearning?

So what platform you need to choose?

Android ® or iPhone® Flash or HTML5?

This is important question, but more vital to make sure you have a solid mobile learning strategy for getting desired outcomes. Scroll down to reveal our top 4 considerations in Mobile Learning

Start with business drivers.

Mobile Learning can serve as a facet of your overall eLearning strategy, but to be efficient and effective, it must be used appropriately. Does your staff needs refreshers on standards operating procedures? Begin by examining your training needs and keep mLearning in mind as a solution.

Consider your audience.

Identify people whose jobs already depend on smart devices because they will be more ready for mLearning offerings. Next assess your structure of the organization, as mobile learning may not succeed without an established culture of sharing and collaboration.

Its time to engage them.

To get learners attention and retention, you need their engagement and focus. No doubt mLearning offers great convenience and a good fit for on-the-go learning, but at the same time less control over the out-of-office environment, it's likely that distractions will rise. So, in order to engage them, exciting videos, inspiring audios and charming animations should be used.

Serve bite-sized learning.

Microlearning or 'Nano Learning' is short, focused, and on multi-platform for a single learning objective. This highly targeted training helps instantly at the point of actual need. With foresight and careful planning, you can simultaneously design a course for performance support for mobile learning by considering how you chunk the content.

Target the right devices.

Start with the why (business drivers), who (audience), what (learning objectives), and how (ways to engage) before you get to the where side of eLearning. Presently there are numerous smart devices, operating systems and authoring tools available, having a clear video of your people needs will help you choose the right path.

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