While eLearning developers struggle to produce quality eLearning programs, the learners at large are anticipating mobile-friendly outputs. After all, the advantages for mobile learning for the users are acknowledged by most, if not all, eLearning providers around the world. Have you ever tried to consider mobile-compatible design for your eLearning courses?
Regardless of your retrospection, we have some awesome news for you. Anyone can create mobile learning programs, provided they incorporate these mobile learning design strategies that will facilitate the learning process for the trainees.
Have you ever tried to work on those MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) using your smartphone? Most of the time, these online courses are video-heavy. The videos are short and punchy and have a layer of interactivity. They could ask you to pause and answer a few check point questions. If you get the answers right, you can move ahead. If not, you see a message requesting you to revise before continuing. Now this sounds familiar, doesn’t it?