Mobile learning or mLearning is, simply put, eLearning on mobile devices such as tablets and smartphones. mLearning is ideal if your end users have limited access to desktops, are based outdoors or regularly travelling long distances. mLearning can be accessed from anywhere with an internet connection, at a time that suits the learner. Armada’s approach to m-Learning is simple; we can create eLearning for any device.
Not all courses require the same mLearning solution.
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Advantages of mLearning
Learners can easily access tutorials and video demos in their own time or in downtime. This means they can fit in important training around their schedules.
mLearning content can be accessed from almost anywhere. This gives the power to the learner and allows them to take initiative.
Learners engage more on a mobile device as they instinctively swipe, pinch and pull at content. mLearning also eliminates the technology barrier as learners use their own device which they are already comfortable with.
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