Learning Management Systems (LMS) are deployed to create a flexible training environment. They meet the need to utilize a centralized eLearning system to effectively teach and train as per varying roles.
As a D2L partner, Course Merchant were asked to contribute to a post on D2L’s blog that explored how Higher Education can benefit from eCommerce. Course Merchant’s managing director Richard Standen was interviewed by D2L and outlined his vision of the future of eCommerce in Higher Ed.
In the next decade, higher education, military and workplace training, and professional development will transform to leverage models based on emerging technologies that can make learning more efficient and possibly improve student support, all at lower cost for a broader range of learners.
A university-wide survey on students' mobile learning practices showed that ownership of mobile devices is high among students and that tablets are the most popular devices for academic purposes.
The survey also found that mobile learning typically occurs outside the classroom, with only limited guidance from instructors.
To improve mobile learning effectiveness, students and instructors need help adopting more effective learning and teaching practices across content areas.