5 Key Considerations While Moving Learning From Desktop To Mobile

Mobile phones have reached into the hands of more than 4 billion people across the globe. In 2014, the number of mobile users overtook the number of desktop computer users. Today’s generation is used to accessing everything from their mobile devices; they are accustomed to mobile apps. The multi-tasking nature of a Smartphone is positive for learning too, especially for organizations. To drive adoption of learning to mobile, one has to drive engagement.

Smartphones enable learning to extend beyond the traditional learning practices and increase new opportunities for interaction, sharing, and collaboration that can ease learning associated with the values of socially constructionist education. Some of the key considerations while moving learning from desktop to mobile are discussed below:

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