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Transforming Education Through Mobile Learning Technologies

Recent years have seen the growth of advanced E-learning tools unlike the traditional form of classroom training. Present generations are more and more dependent on technologies rather than earlier mode of learning. The smartphones and tablets have taken over. In other words, Mobile learning technology has become more authoritative with ages. We can download wide number of information or learning materials anytime and from anywhere. This involves matter of few minutes. Technology has progressed this much. Gone are the days when learners used to spend hours attending classes. Now it is all about few clicks that work!

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Discuss the growing popularity of mobile learning

Digital learning and technology have proved to be much effective in the present day world of education. According to a recent research by Smart Insights, people in US spend approximately 2.8 hours a day accessing digital media sites. Besides, the responsive design for accessing educational websites in the mobile created by the developers have made tasks easier for the learners and the professionals. They can afford to browse any sites from their smartphones and tablets that perfectly fits within the feature. Seeing the growing popularity and developments of the online form of learning, certain E-learning business schools want to even join the venture for development.

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What are the advantages of mobile learning

Through images, online videos and lectures, mobile learning has successfully touched the sky that has pertained to the growth of education these days. Mentioned below are certain advantages of mobile learning:

  • Hassle free E-learning

The E-learning courses have been given responsive design to help the users access all educational webpages without hassles. There must not be any problem accessing a webpage and consequently view images in the mobile view.

  • Wide reach to audiences

Technology and mobile learning has finally taken over. More than 75% of people use their smartphones and tablets to download effective learning articles while responsive design for mobile learning has been among the top six trends used by the developers all over the world for progress.

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  • Low development cost

The cost of developing the mobile learning technologies are much lower than expected. Since the course is meant for the wide number of users, the cost of creating large number of online courses are minimum.

  • Improved accessibility

No need to mention that the concept of E-learning has been made accessible to a wide number of users. Anytime anywhere people can access articles online, download stuffs without have to log into their PCs or attending classes for hours.

  • Easy maintainance

The form of learning is easy to maintain with its responsive design. The costs involved in the E-learning concept are much lower and in case of responsive design, you just need to modify the main online course and make the same available to many other devices.

Highlight the importance of developing mobile friendly online courses

Responsive design for the mobile learning courses offers LMS or Learning Management System which is best for the mobile learning needs and make your courses available to you without any hassles. Mobile learning is very important and effective for the future since it eases life of professionals and the students. Working people can learn while doing a full time job, and the students can interact with the professors directly online and solve the questions unanswered. Overall, they are infront of a heap of information in few clicks.

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Inference gathered

Responsive designs have seen the growth of advanced E-learning tools with mobile learning. Present generations are more and more dependent on technologies rather than earlier mode of classroom training. The smartphones and tablets have taken over. In other words, Mobile learning technology has become more authoritative with ages that hope to capture the future market vastly.

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Comment by Caroline McCutchen on March 23, 2016 at 7:02pm
Thank you so much for posting this blog. This really shows the integration of technology in the classroom and how tablets and iPads are transforming today's learning. It really shows us, as a future educator, how much of an impact incorporating this in the classroom helps!
Comment by Mark William on March 8, 2016 at 2:47am

Thank you Dorothy for your valuable time. Have a nice day. 

Comment by Dorothy Hastings on February 24, 2016 at 1:44am

Hi Mark,
This is a nice article you have posted. Technology made learning more easy and affordable, one who can't pay the fee of schools or colleges, e-learning make it on their door. Now, now e-learning is more easy due to its responsiveness on a variety of devices.

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