Learning without Limits
Mobile learning or M-Learning is much more than just delivering e-courses on a smartphone or tablet. M-Learning represents removing boundaries on the transfer of knowledge and information. Mobile learning has the ability to reach a global audience, and allows the next generation to interact with material in a way that engages them. This is the future, and organizations that fully realize the power of mobile learning will see a transformation in the way ideas are exchanged and delivered.
Mobile learning has the ability to reach a global audience, and allows the next generation to interact with material in a way that engages them.
Easy Access to Information
With an LMS, your entire knowledge base will be stored in a centralized location that can be accessed through an online platform. New technology is introduced – instructional videos, simulations, operational guidelines, manuals, and more are then uploaded to the system. What does this mean for your business? It means everything. Knowledge and information will no longer be privy to a few members of your staff or on files only accessible at the office. Resources will now be available anytime, anywhere.
Globalize your Business
It’s great to take learning and information out of the office, but mobile learning takes it a step further and makes information globally available. The same message is delivered to all members of your team, and is accessible from locations around the world from mobile devices.
Learn by your Rules
Millennials are expected to make up 75% of the global workforce by 2025. With the emergence of this new generation of leaders, it is essential to take learning out of the box and exchange ideas freely within your organization. To attract the best, your organization must look at learning from a new angle and encourage growth and development. M-Learning does this by allowing people to learn by their own rules.
Mobile Learning can be a stand alone activity that is done remotely from home or on the go, but it doesn’t have to be. It can also be integrated into in-person training. For example, instructors can utilize tablet devices to conduct assessments, have employees or students watch simulations, review job aids, and more, all while being in a classroom or workshop setting. This makes training more efficient by allowing instructors to gain access to scores and modules online in real-time. Trainees and students also benefit from convenient access to information and testing results.