Transfer your regular training to mobile learning in a few simple steps

Transferring the regular training programs to mobile learning is one of the best ways to make full use of the technology available in front of you. Transfer the elements in to the perfect format to learn on mobiles, and see the difference for yourself.

A rational LMS decision

The first step in this direction is to take a rational LMS decision. Here, you need to find out if it is time to get a new LMS. If you see that your LMS is performing only sub-optimally for mobile learning, you need to actually do away with it rather than upgrading it constantly. You need an all new LMS that is completely functional on the mobile devices. Most companies hesitate to change their usual LMS thinking it to be a rather hectic process. But, actually it can help you a whole lot in the long run. Making a wise and rational decision about the LMS at the right time helps you give LMS the importance it deserves, and also helps your company maintain the good talent and good business available.

Content Strategy

The second step is to have a content strategy that is mobile – centred. You need to create a plan that is holistic and outlines the list of contents that need to be taught using the mobile device. It must also define how this needs to be implemented. Governing the whole procedure, maintaining it for a long term, and constant revision of the content are other aspects that need to be taken in to account. So, you have 4 aspects to this – Plan, Design, Govern, and Maintain.

Responsive UI

Getting a responsive user interface is effective to get your user hooked on. You can easily create interest if you direct the course on actions that depend on the user. This way, the learners get a chance to become more active other than just sitting and receiving the training in a passive manner. Users may usually lose interest in a while, so make sure you keep them attentive and captured all through the process.

Blend in other formats

There are a number of different forms of learning. Mobile learning is not something that is absolute and can be used by itself. You need to effectively blend it with the different forms of learning available in front of you. Reinforcing the concepts is what makes your mobile learning strategy more effective. Give mobile learning the importance it needs, but fit it well in to your training schedule and make it an effective part of it.

Planning carefully and detailing the whole procedure is what helps you transfer your regular training procedures in to mobile learning more effectively. Make the most out of it.http://www.elearningserv.com/blog/transfer-your-regular-training-to...

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