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Four Tips for Good Mobile Learning


September 27, 2019



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Therefore, there are four main things to consider when it comes to good mobile learning.

1. Good mobile learning should be optimized for User Experience

When it comes to good mobile learning, the information has to be optimized for the user experience. It has to be easier to understand how to navigate. It has to be set up to optimize the retention of the information and the content needs to be broken down into small, manageable parts that make sense.

2. Concise and Compact Chunks

It is important that the modules are designed to be concise and compact. Larger concepts need to be broken down into several modules and the information needs to be written in a way that makes it compact. The user has to understand the main ideas being presented without it being too overwhelming. This helps with retention of the information and keeps the users engaged.

3. Up-to-Date

Your mobile learning modules need to be up-to-date. There shouldn’t be sections that discuss older model equipment that is not used any more or outdated references that would be hard for people to compare to their knowledge base. This means that the content has to be continuously updated and revised. It is the best way to ensure that it is relevant to the work and the workforce.

4. An Ideal Offline Experience

There are times when users don’t have access to the internet or only have a limited amount of data on their plan. If there aren’t any download options available to them, the amount of time they spend online will usually be equal to the amount of time they have access to free internet services. Therefore, when they are

, they will likely not be in a good mobile learning environment. However, if they can download the content, they can complete some of the readings offline.

Mobile learning is effective for training, but only if it includes some key features that make it a good experience for the users. If the mobile environment is designed effectively, it can increase the user’s retention of information, keep them more engaged, and help employees gain the knowledge they need to be successful.

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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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