In today’s world, mLearning and eLearning are two ways that teachers and companies can provide information; mLearning is comprised of using mobile devices, eLearning is comprised of using a laptop. While eLearning might be better known, mLearning is a valuable tool as well. Students and employees can access information anywhere with easy navigation and short lessons. eLearning has a more formal structure that is better for understanding and retaining skills long-term, while mLearning is better for quick distribution of knowledge in a shorter amount of time. Mobility is a huge benefit to mLearning: phones and tablets are portable and easy to take anywhere, whereas eLearning requires the time and space to sit at a desk. Testing concluded that 45% less time was used when students took courses in the mLearning format vs. the eLearning format. The survey also said that 100% more students/employees said they’d complete more training if it were available in the mLearning format.
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