Still on the fence about converting Flash-based eLearning to mobile ready HTML5? You already know that we are reaching the Mobile Tipping Point and the Seven Benefits to mLearning. But, here are three more reasons.
Mobile devices are everywhere, yet many eLearning strategies are still lagging behind. According to Google, nearly 80 percent of the global population has a mobile phone and we’ve already discussed the Seven Benefits to mLearning. So the question remains, “why are mLearning projects still not a major trend?”
And they’re back—Dan Longhouse and Ben Palchick just returned from the 2012 LearnShare Conference. During the event, Longhouse and Palchick not only co-presented emerging mLearning strategies in the Mobile Tipping Point with Brandon Hall’s VP of Research & Advisory Services, Stacey Harris, but also got great information on new system updates.
Today’s mobilized workforce is fundamentally changing everything—including eLearning. Three out of Five employees say they do not need an office to get things done. What’s more, 70 percent of mobile workers ages 22-34 use tablets.