A 16 page free independent report entitled Mobile Learning at Work, identifies the key trends in m-learning, helping organisations understand how their peers are using this growing learning technology and how to plan effectively.
The report highlights that organisations using mobile technologies in learning are reporting more staff and business benefits than those who are not:
34% of mobile users report that e-learning has contributed to improvements in organisational productivity (compared to 20% of non-mobile users)
25% report it has made a significant contribution to increasing organisational revenue (compared to 20% of non-mobile users)
29% of mobile users agree that learners put what they learn into practice quickly (compared to 24% of non-mobile users)
The report reveals the industry sectors with the highest use of mobile devices are: Consultancy (80%); Commercial training providers (60%); Further and higher education (55%) and IT and telecoms (55%). Private sector organisations are more likely to be using m-learning than those in the public or not-for-profit sectors.
You can download it here.