The number 1 reason companies want eLearning modernization is for mobile learning (mLearning) compatibility, but if you want to modernize eLearning for mobile you need to know it takes more than just changing formats. The Instructional Design itself must be modernized for the characteristics of the mobile learner.
Surely, the advent of LMSs should have solved all learner management problems, right? Well, almost. Organizations that have a remote workforce or a workforce that is on the move face some interesting new problems, from access to resources to tracking offline learning path completion.
If you are curious about how your first mobile learning project can benefit from change management, this article gives you the definitive answer. Learn how to align mobile learning projects with existing CM strategies and how change management can ensure your mobile learning project is a success.
Are you eager to make use of the benefits of mobile for learning but not certain how to start? This article will outline the top tips for how to tackle those tough first decisions so that you and your team can make the best plans and preparations for successful mobile training projects.
This free eBook Why Mobile Apps Are The Right Fit For Your Learning Strategy provides pointers on how you can use mobile apps for learning to step up your learner engagement quotient and application of the acquired learning on the job.
Mobile learning is leading the charge in sales training, serving up training suitable for a group often on the move and, increasingly, working their craft in collaborative, virtual environments. In this article, PulseLearning discusses 5 ways mobile learning increases Sales success.