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6 Tips on Implementing Mobile Learning for Enterprise


June 18, 2019



Tips on Implementing Mobile Learning for Enterprise

Mobile learning for enterprise is the journey to corporate success. It’s a little more complicated than that but that’s why we are here to help you every step along the way. Here are six of our top tips on implementing mobile learning for enterprise.

1. Identify the needs and preferences of employees

Employees’ needs and preferences come before your own when it comes to corporate training… and a lot of other things. Identifying these has become an essential tool for the successful implementation of mobile learning into enterprise practices.

2. Design effective and thought-out courses

To our clients, SC Training (formerly EdApp) offers a library boasting a plethora of effective, ready-to-use templates. All you need to do is import your unique content for the most effective microlesson. Our templates are game-focused, due to gamification enabling greater employee engagement and boost in productivity. Yep, we’re talking challenging the notion of games like Find a Word and Crossword, translated into an adult-setting for challenging and informative training.

3. Choose the best authoring tool

Your choice of authoring tool determines how successful your employee training strategy will be. Our authoring tool is mobile-first, incorporating spaced repetition and access to myriad templates offering a multitude of different themes and your own company branding.

4. Select the most logical and effective delivery method

SC Training (formerly EdApp)’s authoring tool offer a cloud-based delivery mechanism, meaning learners can instantaneously access new information. Even better, information is delivered directly to learners’ mobile devices for instant engagement. It’s like the gift we didn’t know we needed!

5. Create an engaging environment

An engaging environment is created through acknowledging the achievements and progress of employees to establish intrinsic motivation, contributing to overall company productivity. On the other hand, offering real prizes for achievement (extrinsic motivation) is also effective, introducing a sense of healthy competition amongst employees.

6. Acknowledge and embrace short attention spans

Out-of-touch companies still attempt to adopt traditional learning strategies, however they are out-of-touch for a reason. Dumping 50-page readings on the desks of your employees will not enhance learning, but inhibit it. Our atrociously short attention spans make it inevitable for bite-size chunks of information to be the most effective way to successfully train your employees.

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Want to know more about implementing mobile learning into your enterprise?

If you’re fed up of dealing with complex authoring practices and ineffective learning, get in touch at enquiries@edapp.com. You can also try SC Training (formerly EdApp)’s Mobile LMS and authoring tool for free by signing up here.

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Guest Author Daniel Brown

Daniel Brown is a senior technical editor and writer that has worked in the education and technology sectors for two decades. Their background experience includes curriculum development and course book creation.

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