Mobile Web Apps are changing the way we perceive, and approach learning. Online learning is now all around us – and it is a powerful driving force in changing habits, and they’ve revolutionized entire industries. That’s why it’s not surprising that when it comes to MLearning (learning across multiple contexts, through social and content interactions, using personal electronic devices) Mobile Web Apps have radically changed our approach to comprehending the concept of learning. It enables distance education, as m-learners use mobile device educational technology at their convenient time.
The younger generation has, widely, turned to mobile as their go-to tool when it comes to getting a better learning experience. A video is a popular tool for understanding complex material with very little hassle.
There are 4 factors to consider if you wish to employ Mobile Learning as part of your eLearning experience:
- Increase Performance
- Reduce Screen Time
- Digitalization and Technology
Performance doesn’t mean the performance of the learning system, although that is important. Now, a good mobile experience is designed to increase the performance and memory of the learner. This ultimately drives up the engagement of the course and increases the number of learners who can finish the course successfully.
Screen Time is a source of debate these days. Modern OS’s come built-in with tools that monitor screen time. All this derives partly from the fact that we do not spend our time wisely online. Learners also have excess screen time. With mobile learning, you can ensure just-in-time access to engaging video-based microlearning courses, where the user can decide when and how to catch up with the learning thus reducing the screen-time.
Digitalization and Technology
Digitalization and Technology are expanding as a desired field of expertise and with the right Mobile Web App, students can develop their IT skills or any skill fast. A browser-based app like uQualio makes it perfectly easy to share knowledge, develop, and engage in learning. A QR code on a product or equipment makes it super easy to find the right knowledge exactly when you need it.
And finally, Video acts as the most effective learning force. Don’t tell, show. Video sparks an interest, it’s easy to follow and continuously revisit when needed, and content creators can create video-based projects to further engage in learning projects or courses. The users can browse through and test their learning levels as they want.
Easy to learn and fun for the users in the long run.
Video-based eLearning software as Mobile Web Apps are here to stay, so it’s only a matter of time before they become a part of your SaaS software toolkit.
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