Towards Maturity have released their latest In-Focus report titled 'Mobile Learning at Work' and is the second in the series that explores changing patterns of use of mobile learning at work.
This latest report, which is supported by TM AmbassadorUpside Learning, is based on extensive research derived from Towards Maturity's 2013 Benchmark Study and examines key findings based on the responses received from 481 organisations across 44 countries spanning a range of industries, sectors, types and sizes.
With strong numerical data and an in-depth research about the L&D industry, the report sheds light on various trends and practices companies are employing with respect to mobile learning, how some of them are benefitting, and lays a path ahead for learning professionals to successfully incorporate mobile learning technologies within the corporate workspace.
Upside Learning has contributed in the form of providing various suggestions and tips on how to kick-start mLearning initiatives from the ground-up, supported by a whitepaper and case studies.
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71% of respondents are using mobile devices up from 36% in 2010 and 47% in 2012)
This proportion rises to 83% (up from 65% last year) of top learning companies
Top learning companies are also more likely to be using and developing mobile apps
52% provide learners with smartphones, rising to 60% of top learning companies
48% provide learners with tablets, rising to 57% of top learning companies
41% have a policy of Bring Your Own Device, rising to 66% of top learning companies (...)
Fuente: [ Towards Maturity ]