Smartphones, phablets and tablets – essentially all mobile devices have given birth to a new generation of people: the mobile natives. This is a generation that believes in the ‘here and now’ when it comes to accessing information.
Mobile Learning Technology has opened up a whole gamut of options to extend the learning blend. No longer do employees have to rely solely on the usual means of training – be it ILT or e-learning.
We are in the age of mobile devices and every business avenue is now thinking of innovative methods to train its workforce and ways to support them on the field. Though there are several factors that enhance the
Device agnosticism is a hot topic in the web content development arena. Because of the fact that so many different devices with different screen sizes, specifications and operating systems are releasing every day, content developers are looking for
Most often we prefer ‘walk-the-talk’, ‘internet-on-the-go’ and several other mobile technological solutions. Every business sector is now trying new methods to train its employees and to bring in a change in their learning curve so as to gain
The healthcare industry is one of the most mobile industries: nurses shuffling between patients, doctors attending to OPD and in-house patients as well as at their own clinics, supporting staff and technicians shuttling between pathology, imaging and diagnostic
Mobiles are small devices. That is what makes them most suitable to fit your pocket and schedule as and when you like them. However, implementing a mobile-learning strategy involves a careful understanding of how far current
Adding mobile learning to a training program is one of the best ways to acknowledge and leverage the technological devices that your employees already have. However, it is important to make the right first moves when transferring elements
There are certain features to your cell phone that are hardly possible or usable on other devices like PCs or Laptops. Yes, we are talking about GPS here. GPS has been around for quite a while now, but