FROM E-LEARNING TO M-LEARNING:

GOING MOBILE NOW!

Leslie Kirshaw

The explosion of the mobile device market and learner expectations for relevant just-in-time content is rapidly changing learning dynamics. The proliferation of mobile devices provides an opportunity to deliver mobile learning components that support and complement traditional e-learning content in response to business issues and opportunities. Mobile technology provides a powerful platform for interactive learning via live collaboration applications, such as WebEx, and peer-to-peer (P2P) video chat. From asynchronous and synchronous training to paperless mobile manuals, training professionals around the world are rapidly repurposing their training content to meet the changing needs ...

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