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Mobile Learning, aka mLearning: still alive?

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Mobile learning or m-learning as it is also known is the method of learning via mobile.

With the rise of mobile, this is the next step in eLearning.

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Mobile Learning, aka mLearning: still alive?

  1. 1. MOBILE LEARNING m-learning: still alive? aka
  2. 2. It was supposed to be the “next big thing”. Nowadays though, you don’t hear about it as much. But it's not dead yet. Or ever.
  3. 3. When modern smartphones were still a new thing, mobile learning captured the headlines because it was a new thing too. It stopped because journalists like to move on to the next hot thing.
  4. 4. Mobile is on the rise. Now we see a transition to the post-PC world.
  5. 5. Mobile learning will become either the main kind of eLearning available, or a majod addition to eLearning, simply because most devices will be mobile devices.
  6. 6. That doesn’t mean that PCs will cease existing, just that mobile devices will get increasingly more powerful. S
  7. 7. Let's take a look on some facts and statistics.
  8. 8. Mobile data traffic doubled globally in the last two years, and is expected to grow 8 times what it is now until 2018. 8x
  9. 9. The number of mobile devices with access to the internet is said to already exceed the world’s population. 7.2 bilionw w w
  10. 10. Sales of desktop PCs and laptops slipping as much as 9% annually for the last several years!
  11. 11. Trends in favor of eLearning:
  12. 12. Most enterprises (over 70%) have already implemented basic mobile learning programs. Learners seem to love it.
  13. 13. In London, people spend an average of 56 minutes per day traveling. Short targeted courses, delivered by mobile, could help train this workforce on the move. i
  14. 14. The increased speed and capabilities of mobile devices makes for a more compelling learning experience compared to earlier smartphones and tablets.
  15. 15. The BYOD (bring your own device) trend. Employees can bring the same mobile devices they own and use all day to the workplace.
  16. 16. Conclusion Mobile learning is here to stay. It’s desktop learning one should be worried about, but then again both are just different delivery options for eLearning, which is not going anywhere.
  17. 17. Our eFrontPro can serve both desktop and mobile learning versions of your courses with the same ease.
  18. 18. Create your demo Stay in touch Contact us efrontlearning.net/demo @eFrontLearning info@efrontlearning.net Want to learn more? Contact us! Train people. Better.