What does mLearning look like in the workplace?
Here are the things to think about when implementing mLearning into your organization:
Mobile first, not just mobile ready
When mobile technology and software has come along so far (particularly since the pandemic), your employees have higher expectations of a mobile training experience.
These days, think mobile-first rather than mobile ready. Your teams will thank you for it. There’s nothing worse than trying to play a game that won’t display properly on a mobile device. It might be mobile compatible in that it loads and displays, but there’s a big difference between this and something that has been designed specifically to be accessed on a mobile device.
Flexible training schedules
‘Flexible’ working is about much more than just working from home. True flexibility means allowing your teams to make decisions about what works best for them – from fully remote to hybrid working.
Mobile learning gives your teams the flexibility to decide when and where they learn and how regularly they participate.
How to make mobile learning hit the spot
Make it quick
Like we said, microlearning is the perfect partner for mobile learning. Whether your employees are learning on the commute or during a quick coffee break, think about making your mobile learning bite-sized.
Challenge yourself to keep your modules to five minutes or less.
Make it fun
A little healthy competition goes a long way.
When you combine quick, punchy modules with gamification, you’re on to a winning combination that will have your teams coming back for more.
For modern, remote teams, mobile learning may be the missing link in your employee enablement and empowerment. Give your people the tools they need to be truly exceptional.
If you’d like to join our learning revolution and give your teams everything they need for success, talk to one of our Attensi team today.