The Benefits Of Using A Mobile Learning Management System

Mobile learning management systems are the solution to on the go learning for users all around the globe. With the best apps on offer right now offering integrated authoring tools, spaced repetition and gamification to make learning in bite-sized pieces a breeze, learning via mobile has never been easier. With industry leaders such as Pandora, Shell, Honda and Jose Cuervo adopting the methods featured on the EdApp tool as their preferred learning management system, we’re taking a look at the benefits of mobile learning. If you’ve been considering mobile learning as a new method for an individual or your team, we’re sure that by the time you’ve finished reading this, you’ll be convinced that it’s the way to go.

With mobile phones becoming increasingly pervasive, it’s no real surprise that they are the most preferred way people consume content today. With a rise in mobile users in all four corners of the globe, it’s a natural progression for mobiles to be used to learning and training. Whether you’re an individual or an organisation, there a whole host of benefits that this type of learning can offer. Below are five of the key benefits…

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  1. Mobile learning offers flexibility like never before

With the ability to learn anywhere, anytime, course completion rates are often higher from mobile learning. Thanks to added flexibility which eliminates any need for learning to be completed within a set time, at a particular place. By offering various types of learning material such as podcasts, videos and text on smartphones and portable devices, learners are able to digest content as and when they please. In a nutshell, mobile apps are able to integrate learning into users daily routines seamlessly, making learning feel less like a chore and more like a choice.

  1. Portable delivery can contribute to faster learning

Not only can learning be more enjoyable thanks to mobiles, but it can also be more efficient. Since a lot of the content you’ll find across mobile apps is crafted to be digested on the go, the content is concise and to the point. With information more readily available than ever as and when it’s needed, it can help learners to avoid cognitive overload and increase successes. This is a particularly important benefit for those looking for effective on the job training.

  1. It can improve knowledge retention and information recall

Mobile learning management system apps are offering concise and crisp data as the click of a button, users are able to access the content at any moment of need. For example, if a user is looking for a particular piece of content that is relevant and relatable to a task they are completing, they are more likely to recall it with ease when they perform the task a second time. When a user is able to see a direct result in recalling information, it is more likely to remain in their long-term memory.

  1. Engagement rates are higher

No one likes forced learning, as much as a user might enjoy a particular subject matter, having to sit down during set hours can become somewhat of a chore. Having an e-learning app in your back pocket can work wonders for engagement rates. Just think, in most cases, a user is more likely to spend 30 minutes learning on their daily commute than in their valuable free time.

  1. Assistance is available 24/7

Having personalised and learner specific content at your fingertips round the clock is a huge benefit from mobile learning. Sure, the internet is also a thing. But, offering an e-learning app with all of the information an employee or individual needs to complete a task or course is the most convenient approach to learning.

So, if you’ve weren’t convinced of mobile learning beforehand, these are just five of the reasons that you should be. In a nutshell, mobile learning management systems are responsive, engaging and to the point.




About the Author

Ankur Shah
Ankur Shah is the founder of the Value Investing India Report, a leading independent, value oriented journal of the Indian financial markets. Ankur has more than eight years of equity research experience covering emerging markets, with a focus on India and South East Asia. He has worked as both a buy-side investment analyst for a global long/short equity hedge fund and a sell-side analyst for an emerging markets investment bank. Ankur is a graduate of Harvard Business School. You can learn more about his latest views on global markets at the Value Investing India Report. -- He can be emailed at AnkurShah47@gmail.com