It seems like everything is changing in the mobile world: Smartphone and tablet adoption has skyrocketed, users have discovered unexpected ways of using their mobile devices, and many organizations have moved from thinking about mLearning to actual development and implementation. Last year, the big question was “Should we do mLearning?” This year, the question is “How should we do mLearning?”

In the process of developing and implementing mLearning, many learning professionals have discovered what works and what doesn’t. The good news is that many of the skills necessary for creating excellent eLearning have also proven valuable for creating excellent mLearning, but there are new skills we need to develop, too.

We’ve captured some of the most current knowledge on mLearning by asking 23 experts to share what they’ve learned. They’ve provided 158 tips on mLearning, in areas including:

  • Selling mLearning to stakeholders
  • Managing mLearning projects
  • Analyzing learners’ mLearning needs and preferences
  • Designing for mobile
  • Selecting and using mLearning tools and platforms
  • Working with mLearning media
  • Migrating and managing mLearning content
  • Using mobile for performance support
  • Delivering mLearning
  • Measuring mLearning success
  • Prospering in a multi-device world