Free eBook – Mobile Learning: Let’s Not Phone It In!

Almost everyone’s considered mobility by now, to the extent that it’s no longer ‘new technology’. But what is the verdict on it? Is it actually useful? Is there a particular approach to using mobility that will help make mobile learning more robust? We discuss these and similar questions.

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5 Ways Mobile Learning Increases Sales Success

Mobile learning is leading the charge in sales training, serving up training suitable for a group often on the move and, increasingly, working their craft in collaborative, virtual environments. In this article, PulseLearning discusses 5 ways mobile learning increases Sales success.

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To Game Or Not To Game: 6 Ways To Incorporate Gamification Into Mobile Learning

There are so many great reasons to incorporate gamification in your learning projects. In this article, we explore the six required elements of a successful mobile learning game, starting with an easy plan to execute it and some tips for including your team on decisions about the game dynamics.

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5 Steps To Help You Identify The Best Content For Your Mobile Learning Project

Great mobile learning starts with great content. This article helps you identify content that suits bite-sized, just in time, self directed learning, and how to convert it into engaging mobile delivery. Find out how mobile delivers quick wins for learners with more than just knowledge transfer.

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Using Change Management For Mobile Learning

If you are curious about how your first mobile learning project can benefit from change management, this article gives you the definitive answer. Learn how to align mobile learning projects with existing CM strategies and how change management can ensure your mobile learning project is a success.

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7 Mobile Learning Design Strategies

As the use of mobile devices grows, so do people's expectations to access mobile products from these devices. You should make your eLearning courses multi-device compatible, because today's learners consume learning content differently than in the past, often using smartphones or tablets.

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