Mobile learning at work (2013)

Practical solutions for introducing mobile technology in the modern workplace.

Mobile learning at work (2013)

This comprehensive report aims to outline the ways mobile learning can be successfully implemented in to the workplace.

Key trends within mobile learning are addressed and discussed, and solutions for organizations seeking a better understanding are presented in an easy to follow way.

In this report, we seek to:

  • Provide insight into how other organizations are handling new mobile technologies
  • Understand how to adapt to the constant changes faced by mobile learners and L&D professionals
  • Demonstrate research through data and statistics to provide a clear strategy for organizations to follow

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