mLearning: 4 Factors for Solid Strategy

The verdict is in: mLearning is the ideal way to capitalize on your learners’ time away from the classroom. Knowing that you want to implement mobile learning is one thing; figuring out your strategy for implementation is another thing entirely. By creating a loose outline of what you want to accomplish, it’s easier to identify the most effective methods. Use these four indicators of solid strategy to see your mobile learning come to life.

1. Overall mLearning Vision

Ask yourself two questions to begin defining your strategy: First, why does mLearning tie into your learning strategy and second, how can it? By reducing your brainstorming to these two simple denominators, you can decide whether or not mLearning works for your purposes and how best to deliver that information and content to your learners.

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