The mobile learning explosion has tempted many organisations into simply making anything and everything available for mobile – whether it’s suitable or not.

This may be due to pressure from management and their desire to get everything on to mobile ‘now’. But, making all your eLearning and other digital learning materials available on mobile devices is not always going to produce a desirable learning experience.

To help you spot where mobile learning may fit into your organisation and understand how to produce the best mobile learning experience for mobile devices – we’ve devised four categories that you need to consider:

  1. Audience
  2. The organisation
  3. Current training
  4. Technology

Take a closer look and find out how to spot mobile learning opportunities.

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The mobile learning explosion has tempted many organisations into simply making anything and everything available for mobile - whether it’s suitable or not. This may be due to pressure from management and their desire to get everything on to mobile ‘now’. But, making all your eLearning and other digital learning...
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