Things are very different from computer-based learning when employees gaze upon their mobile devices.
Their attention varies depending on what they are looking for at a particular moment, but at the most, employees will take a
limited awareness of knowledge in learning behaviour. It is quite essential then to design mobile learning in such a way that it
supports a less focused acquisition of knowledge, knowing what not to show, what learning to attach to a computer instead, and how
to design mobile learning snippets that improve retention.
Having learning content designed for computer systems that are "mobile-friendly." doesn't necessarily make it effective. It is probably unlikely that such learning experience would have the same impact as its computer-based counterpart.
Aggreg8 looks at mobile-learning in such a way that supports the employee learning experience. Keeping it short, easy to find, and enjoyable are three simple steps towards a better mobile learning experience.