Learning on the go: how to develop engaging mobile-friendly courses

Just like I can’t fit into my old, medium sized, t-shirts (I should know, I’ve tried), it’s just as difficult to shoehorn a desktop application into a mobile device. Sure, you could try (and many have tried), but it would just not offer a great experience, and users would hate it.

And when it comes to eLearning, things are even tougher. The only entertainment and educational applications that make it to the “most popular” application lists are the ones that have a good mobile story, offering native mobile apps that play to the strengths of their platforms.

Indeed, mobile-friendly courses have higher completion and participation rates compared to applications that don’t run on mobile devices or only offer a shoe-horned, half-baked (how’s that for mixed metaphors?) mobile experience.

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