Mobile LMS Reviews
We review LMS and training software for the modern workplace, comparing different products with in-depth knowledge of the industry.
Can the Commuter Hour and Mobile Learning Work Together?
Have you considered what your employees who commute to work on public transport do with that time? For many it is a time of boredom, filled with playing games, reading books, checking Facebook, or surfing the Internet. Could you replace those activities with that benefit your business?
Why micro and mobile learning are a perfect match
involves taking short, bite size lessons on a daily basis. It is an increasingly popular method of learning because it matches how our brains work, so it is easier to retain information. refers to the method of delivery - learners complete the course on a mobile device, usually a smartphone.
Why Does Mobile Learning Suit Millennials?
Millennials are becoming an increasingly dominant feature of the workforce. They are a generation who grew up with technology. While older generations talk about learning how to use computers, phones, and tablets, Millennials have always used them. Everything from gaming to social media is second nature.
Mobile learning, the first choice for field staff
Both businesses and employees from mobile learning. This includes small businesses operating from a single location through to large businesses with disparate workforces. For field staff in particular, mobile learning is a powerful tool.
Why a cloud based authoring tool should be your first choice
When you are looking at or course authoring tools you will have a number of options. They can be broadly divided into two categories: those that are installed and used on your local systems; and those that are based in the cloud. For most mobile learning and eLearning experts, authoring tools are the best choice.
Advantages of an integrated LMS and authoring tool
Using an LMS and online course authoring tool brings efficiencies to your business or organisation, however they are at their most efficient when they are integrated. Your development and management of courses is made easier when they are integrated, and the user experience is improved.
How widespread is BYOD?
BYOD is a policy adopted by many companies, and it has been growing. Even if a company, business owner or manager is not aware of the term BYOD (Bring Your Own Device), they are aware of the concept – allowing an employee to use their personal mobile phone or tablet in the workplace and outside for work purposes. While BYOD is permitted by many companies, what exactly is the situation today? If it’s such a good idea, why are some companies still not willing to implement such a policy? And what does research tell us about trends for the future?
Advantages of a 'Mobile First' LMS
Learning Management Systems (LMSs) let you create, deliver, and manage courses and lessons. The courses are delivered electronically, usually either by computer or mobile device. Some LMS solutions deliver computer-only courses while others focus on mobile. What are the advantages of taking a mobile-first approach to an LMS?
Why Mobile Learning is 'Fun' vs. Desktop
When learning is fun, people are more likely to do it. This means learners gain valuable skills and knowledge quicker, which benefits their own personal development as well as the company or organisation they work for. Delivering courses and lessons on mobile devices is one of the best ways of creating fun learning experiences. Why is this?
Can a Mobile LMS Replace Your Existing LMS?
This is a question that many organisations face today. In many cases they implemented their LMS to harness the potential of the growing trend for e-learning, but did it before the explosion in smartphone use and ownership. That has left many organisations with a system that enables them to create courses and manage content, but the primary method of delivery of that content is not via mobile devices. Some systems have mobile as an option, but the courses are designed for desktops.
The Growth of BYOD and its Influence on Mobile Learning
As a concept, BYOD, or Bring Your Own Device, has been around since 2009. It involves people using their own phones in the workplace for work related activities. This often extends to outside of normal office hours as well. Of course people used their own phones in the workplace before 2009, but BYOD as a business strategy was recognised at around that time.
5 Reasons Why Mobile Learning is Good For Company Culture
Having a good company culture will help you attract better employees, retain those employees and