Mobile learning at work (2014)
Helping organizations take an informed approach to mobile learning.
Mobile learning has grown through the need for evolution in learning as the modern world has become more technologically advanced.
This report is an investigation into the ever-changing world of work and technology and how mobile learning can be used to enhance and keep the landscape innovative and flexible for learners.
Organizations will be equipped with the ability to work remotely and assess the reach that their learning model has through mobile learning; modernizing their approach.
In this report, we seek to:
- Understand the growing mobile learning in the workplace and create a comparison from the previous report
- Demonstrate the changes and how these can effect change in organizations learning approaches
- Modernize and allow organizations to create a more mature and current L&D perspective
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