The trends in mobile connected devices tell us that by 2015 over 7.1 billion mobile connected devises are predicted to be in service around the globe, and over 287 million tablets will ship annually. Tablets are now feasible replacements for printing costs. These statistics show us that mobile delivery is here to stay.

While organizations experiment with mobile learning, many haven’t figured out how to take it to an enterprise level. Disappointing is the feedback on simply turning e-learning courses into mobile courses. End-users expect learning organizations to speed up the process of delivering better, faster, more relevant mobile content that meets the needs of their on-the-go lifestyle.

With mobile learning showing a steady increase in both desire and necessity, organizations are forced to not ask “if” you need mobile learning, but rather “how” do we best invest our resources in mobile learning? Because mobile learning changes all the rules and learning customers have high expectations. Mobile is a consumer driven market, and learners are not just critical of your approach but vocal if it doesn’t meet their expectations.

Join Stacey Harris, VP of Research for Brandon Hall Group, and Mark Hellinger, CEO of Xyleme, as they share recent findings from the Relationship Centered learning market and best practices in expanding your mobile learning efforts. If you’ve been planning on going mobile or have already taken your first steps, this webinar will change your view of the options.

Key take aways include:

  • Key differences on Tablet vs. Phone Mobile Delivery and its implications for mobile content development
  • Insights on why content management is essential for mobile development.
  • Understanding of the implications of social learning on your mobile strategy
  • Case studies exploring successful moves to mobile learning and their best practices for getting there
  • Access in real life, a mobile location to download Brandon Hall’s newest paper on “Mobile Learning, The Tipping Point.” change

Join us for this informative webinar:  Let’s Get Mobile: Changing your Concept of Mobile Content Design and Delivery on Tuesday, February 21, 2012 at 1 pm EST. Register today!

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