While technology has done wonders for learning and development (L&D) in the past decade or so, it still needs to be moderated well if it’s going to remain effective.
Category: Mobile Learning
Most people are glued to their phones, at home, at school, and at work. Offering training through their favorite device helps you deliver training in an easy to use and convenient format.
Mobile learning will continue to trend upward at a staggering pace inside and across workplaces in 2019, and it is currently projected to be worth $37.6 billion by 2020. And one of the mobile learning trends that will dominate in 2019 in particular is app-based learning.
Mobile learning will be a $70 billion industry by 2019. And by now, you’ve probably heard all the excitement surrounding mobile learning in the workplace and why it’s so important to remaining competitive in any industry.
With each passing year, the e-learning industry keeps getting larger and larger and even more sophisticated. It’s currently predicted to be worth $325 billion by 2025 and shows no signs of slowing down, especially in 2019.
YouTube has developed quite the reputation among its users as a go-to, informal source for quick DIY lessons and how-tos. In fact, a 2017 survey from YouTube found that one in seven people now go to the video platform to solve a problem related to their job, studies, or hobbies.
Did you know that 47% of organizations are already using mobile devices in their training programs? Experts are also currently predicting that the mobile learning market will be worth $37.6 billion by 2020. And there’s no surprise that it’s taking off because of its many benefits and because it’s effective.
Yesterday’s post covered important statistics about mLearning, as well as some pros and cons with mLearning. Here are some trends and tips you need to know right now if you want to stay competitive with mLearning.
The mobile learning (mLearning) market is taking off. Experts anticipate that it will be worth $37.6 billion by 2020, with a compound annual growth rate of 36.3%. And 47% of organizations are already using mobile devices in their training programs.
Yesterday’s post covered the benefits of hosting a learning lab in the workplace, as well as a few critical elements that it should have. Below are some tips for hosting a successful learning lab at your own organization.
Learning labs are typically only thought of as being present at public schools, colleges, and universities. They offer a space where students can go to exercise and practice new skills and seek out additional learning resources. And they’re typically located in a designated room or building on a campus or in a library.