mLearning May Not Be Right For You - Here’s Why

What Factors Determine Whether mLearning Is Right For You 

For starters, once you accept that mLearning is not just allowing access to your course from a mobile device, some complexities become apparent.


There is an array of questions to answer first. Android or iOS or maybe Windows? Which version? What devices to support? Phones or tablets? If there is a range of devices owned by your employees, do you add on CapEx and give all of them standardized phones? If so, then who takes care of their warranties and maintenance? You see the challenge? And that’s only on the consumption side; what about the added complexity in designing and developing your course for ultimate consumption on mobile devices? You have to allow for different display resolutions, screen sizes, and device capability; this adds time, effort, and cost to the design, development, and testing process.

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