Making face-to-face learning better with mobile

Are you guilty of gazing longingly into your smartphone screen the moment you wake up or just before heading off to sleep? If so, you’re in good company (87 per cent of smartphone owners report such behaviours, to be precise).1 Like it or not, increasingly, we are becoming a device-dependent society, and checking our devices has become something of an automatic reflex. Smartphones are not only ubiquitous, but they have rewoven the fabric of how we live and work. It’s no wonder that learners want to access training courses anytime, anywhere, without the barrier of a slow and clunky desktop-based LMS. 

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