Current studies show that more than five billion people will be using mobile devices by 2017, making smartphones and tablets more prevalent and accessible than desktop or laptop computers. Mobile learning has the ability to be a truly global solution for education delivery. Many companies who embraced the eLearning movement years ago are now facing new challenges in reaching mobile learners. 

In this session, you will examine a case study of an organzation that needed to make over its approaches to eLearning in the face of mobile. You will discuss the good, the bad, and the ugly that this organization endured over the last two years to transform its enterprise learning site into a modern, touch-friendly, sustainable solution with a focus on smarter connections of people to knowledge. You will leave this session with tools to help transform your organization’s eLearning programs into a modern, sustainable, educational solution. 

In this session, you will learn:

  • To recognize the key functional differences between desktop and mobile browsers
  • To dissect your existing site into the individual elements requiring makeovers
  • To identify opportunities that elevate a site to mLearning and not just touch-friendly eLearning
  • To consider long-term needs for a sustainable design 

Intermediate designers, developers, managers, and directors. 

Technology discussed in this session:
Android operating systems, iOS, Windows 8, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Internet Explorer.