Implementing M-learning: All that a Training Manager Needs to Know - Free Webinar

According to Pew Research, the number of Americans owning a cell phone has increased from 73% in 2006 to 91% in 2013. And, the number of people owning a desktop computer has fallen from 68% in 2006 to 58% in 2012. IDC, a global market intelligence firm, predicts that the market share of destktops, portable PCs, tablets and smart-phones would be 6%, 11%, 16% and 67% respectively by 2017. Thus, there is a clear indication that mobile technology will be the winner of the digital race.

Because of the considerable rise in the use of mobile devices, many forward looking companies have started exploring mLearning. As a manager in-charge of delivering technology-based learning, you may find it difficult to take a stance on this training medium. There are many misconceptions, theories, facts, and concepts about mLearning.

Should mobile learning be given the importance it seeks? Is the mobile revolution a passing fad or a reality? How to develop mLearning courses and harness the training format, efficiently?

To find out, join the free webinar Implementing M-learning: All that a Training Manager Needs to Know. This webinar provides all the information you need to unleash the power of mLearning to meet the training needs of your company. It will give you a clear idea of the technology needed to implement mLearning. Furthermore, it helps you choose the right rapid authoring tool to develop mLearning courses and formulate the appropriate delivery strategy. This webinar also answers the following:

  • How to get started with mLearning?
  • How is mLearning used by companies in the US?
  • How to plan, prioritize, direct and implement mobile learning?
  • Can mLearning be tracked?
  • What type of costs are involved in implementing mLearning?

The sessions will provide you with no-frills information in a highly interactive learning environment. So, come on-board! Book your seat now!

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