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10 Mobile Learning Trends For 2018

Adobe Captivate

The demand for mobile learning from the learners is on a steady increase, and it is clearly transitioning from an “option” to a “must have”. In this article, I outline 10 mobile learning trends for 2018 that organizations should invest on. The Top Mobile Learning Trends For 2018. mLearning or mobile learning is self-paced, learning on the go. This trend will continue to see wider adoption in 2018.

Classroom In A Pocket? Creating A Mobile eLearning Environment

eLearning Industry

Over the last fifteen years, education has gone from paper to platform and app-based, with students and teachers learning together in remarkable new ways. This post was first published on eLearning Industry. Mobile Learning eLearning Challenges Mobile Learning Design Mobile Learning TrendsTechnology has transformed modern education.

Docebo Launches Major Mobile App Feature Update Borne From Customer Ideas Portal

Docebo

Docebo’s award winning mobile app now supports course catalogs, in which learners can self-enroll, and deep linking. Course Catalogs Are Now Included Within The Mobile Experience. Catalogs are collections of formal courses and learning plans used for a variety of purposes.

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Mobile Learning: The World is Your Office [INFOGRAPHIC]

Docebo

Find out the top 3 mobile learning trends for 2019 in this infographic. Did you know that more than a third of the learner population doesn’t have access to a mobile learning solution that works?

How to Create Engaging Training in the Age of the Eight Second Attention Span

TalentLMS

7) Go mobile. They’re following your course to learn something specific, so focus your content on giving them just that. The learning management system that’s easy to set up, easy to use and easy to customize. 7) Go mobile.

Mobile Learning, aka m-learning: still alive?

eFront

Mobile learning. See, back when modern smartphones and tablets were still a new thing (that would be around 2008-2012), mobile learning captured the headlines because it was a new thing too. Mobile on the rise. Trends in favor of mobile learning, aka m-learning.