Top 10 mLearning tools in 2020

This year has seen a sudden rise in the number of tools available for distributed forms of learning. In general, we use the term eLearning to refer to remote training or education. In that case, the “e” refers to “electronic”, and it is a very broad category.

We can, however, narrow down eLearning into platforms that focus on mobile. “Mobile” is what the “m” in mLearning stands for. This type of learning is meant to be engaged with on devices like smartphones and tablets, and there are specific reasons why we would want to use mLearning instead of just eLearning.

Why Use mLearning?

While an eLearning environment on a PC can deliver an engaging learning experience, there are many reasons why we would want to include mLearning in our arsenal of learning apps. mLearning research has shown many advantages, including:

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