Mlearning is on the rise. With over 30% of mobile phone owners* across the globe using smartphones, the app market has expanded to incorporate a growing number of educational tools. Mlearning, whether on tablets or mobile devices, enables people to learn independent of location and time, creating a new and efficient culture of learning on the go.
There are already Mlearning apps in use, like our Sounds App, that work well to supplement classroom teaching and self-study. However, it is early days for these apps and anyone thinking about creating their own programme needs to take certain factors into consideration to ensure successful adoption.
Here are ten things to keep in mind when creating a Mlearning programme: