Mobile Learning Trends For 2019-Infographic
Did you know?
- 70% of learners felt more motivated when training on a mobile device, as opposed to a computer. (Source: LearnDash)
- Mobile eLearners typically study for 40 minutes longer than a student using a desktop or tablet. (Source: MNAlearning)
Clearly, Mobile learning is a "must have" today. Take a look at 10 Mobile Learning Trends in 2019 that you should invest on.
- BYOD or Bring Your Own Device policy: Empower your learners to select the device they want to learn on and encourage learning "on-the-go."
- Mobile first (responsive) approach: Opt for smartphone optimized designs and see the learner engagement and training impact soar.
- Mobile learning for formal learning particularly in a microlearning format: Adopt microlearning-based training to facilitate the consumption of content "on-the-go" in short, snackable bites.
- Mobile learning for informal learning, particularly in a microlearning format: Add job aids or performance support tool to support your formal training and encourage social learning.
- Personalization: Provide relevant and relatable content to the learners (based on their interest or proficiency).
- Content curation: Provide relevant learning assets and paths for the learners. the curated content can offer primary training or support it.
- Inclusive learning (featuring User Generated Content (UGC): Encouraging contributions from learners can support the existing training programs at multiple levels. This also aids social or collaborative learning.
- Video and interactive based training: Offer videos and interactive video-based microlearning nuggets for both formal and informal training.
- Mobile apps for learning: Offer additional flexibility to the learners to download the content and peruse it offline. Furthermore, you can personalize content and push updates and notifications with ease.
- Gamification with personalization, microlearning and apps: Integrate multiple approaches in the Next Gen format and offer learners the best of these 3 techniques.
These mobile learning trends reflect learner-centric approaches that will help you create:
- Higher learner engagement
- More sticky learning experiences
- Successful application of learning
- Social or collaborative learning
- Learning as a continuum
- Better ROI