6 Ways To Adapt Your Mobile Learning Strategy To The Needs of Modern Learners

| March 19, 2019

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It can be easy to assume that ‘modern learners’ simply means Gen Z and Millenials. However, a large part of the modern world, and therefore modern learning styles, is the seamless integration of technology in our everyday lives. Mobile isn’t just a fad for ‘digital natives’ and younger employees, it’s an integral part of modern life for many people across all ages and types of career experience. One of the primary benefits of introducing mobile learning into your strategy is increasing the flexibility of the learning environment. What’s important to remember is that a learning strategy including mobile does not mean mobile-only, and a blended learning approach is more likely to meet the needs of everyone.

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