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Mobile Learning

Mobility = Unlimited Accessibility
adaptability of the learning process to each student’s individuality

Flexibility & Adaptibility

Thousands of years before, the learning process meant stories, transmission of knowledge from person to person, from generation to generation. After that, writing appears and with it the books.

First the communication channel was oral, than writing was added. The next step contained pictures. But at that time everything was manually prepared in a limited quantity. In that way, access was very limited.

Education was a luxury and available just for a very small number of people, the elite.

Printing revolutionized the access to education at that times. Printing resulted in books, magazines, all kind of materials. The PC was the next step, including the internet, with its own development rhythm and stages. Education, in many cases, meant and means even today, the classical frontal class-room learning.

E-learning it is in the digital world what printing was in the past. E-learning gives accessibility to education for a much bigger group of students. Mobile learning is the next step of making education even more accessible, from any mobile device, phone, tablet, kindle. Mobile learning gives unlimited accessibility, students can learn whenever, wherever, whatever they want. Testing can be done automatically, and depending on the trainer’s vision, re-done as many times as wanted.



Students can participate in the learning process whenever, wherever, whatever they want. Students prefer methods that are as unobtrusive to their daily routine as possible.


We can continuously develop the educational content according to the Client’s needs and the students may access instantly the new versions of the content.

Higher Engagement

Extended research and statistics reveal that delivering education on mobile devices results a higher engagement rate and much more effectiveness comparing to any other format.

Some additional thoughts...

Why transferring FLASH content to HTML5?

  • Almost all content produced for e-learnings in the past was made based on the flash technology. This had some benefits while using personal computers, but in todays time, while the demand of mobile learning is increasing, flash technology doesn't work on most mobile devices like smartphones, tablets etc.

  • Several international corporations are asking for a non-flash training production due to their internal IT infrastructure.

  • There is a need to switch from the "old-fashioned" flash technology to a mobile supportive coding like HTML5, otherwise your users won't be able to access your courses while being outside of their work environment.

  • The big question is, why losing money while migrating to HTML?

Interactive Video

Many believe that with the advent of smartphones and tablet devices, mobile learning is the future of e-learning – learning on the go. Quizzes and flashcards are the two most common types of mobile learning. All of them have much more impact if interactive videos are integrated into the learning materials.

Today, the second most used searching engine is YouTube. People prefer to learn watching short videos. YouTube is accessed a quarter million times per second. People watch four billion hours of YouTube video a month. They also upload 72 hours of video each minute. YouTube had more than a trillion views of videos in 2012. That’s about 140 views for every person on the planet.

The interactive video gives the student the ‘as if you were there’ experience'. It is much affordable, understandable, learnable, and finally efficient. Video is ranked between the first three formats for mobile learning. Even though interactivity is needed. Otherwise video is just a digital version of the classroom learning. Interactivity increases motivation, engagement, focus and satisfaction.
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