Mobile devices are being used for most online activities today, be it bank transactions, checking emails, booking tickets and so on. In fact, people access information; learn to do things by logging on to the Internet through their smartphones. Smartphones, iPads or iPhones are like second skin that people find it difficult to leave behind. After all, it enables them to network, socialize and learn just in time and when it is required the most.
According to figures released by Statista, the number of smartphone users in UK will reach 43.4 million by 2017. The figure was just 21.6 million in 2011. A research by the same organization predicts that the smartphone penetration is likely to be 65.8% of the population by 2017. Furthermore, Adults' Media Use and Attitudes Report states that 62% of adults in UK use smartphones. The same research also informs that smartphone users have also began to perform a range of activities via their mobile devices.
Given such a scenario and the conditioning of employees to the phenomenon called mobile technology, how can organizations gear themselves to incorporate the mobile media for training? Can workplace learning happen via smartphones, iPads or iPhones? How can organizations capitalize on the ubiquity of mobile devices to ensure effective knowledge transfer? Can bespoke eLearning content be converted to mLearning courses?
These are some of the questions that would be answered in a webinar titled "Workplace Learning via Smartphones and iPads - Successful M-learning Implementation".
If you have eLearning content which you wish to use to develop mobile learning courses, or if you wish to initiate mLearning from scratch in your organization, this webinar might interest you. The webinar will address the following questions: