Hyderabad, India February 26, 2014 - CommLab India released a white paper titled,"From E-learning to M-learning: Perceptions and Experiences of Corporate Training Managers" that documents the challenges encountered by organizations while implementing
CommLab has been helping organizations for over a decade to use technology for meeting their training demands through eLearning courses,mobile learning applications and customized learning management systems. Speaking about the objective of the research Mr. RK Prasad, CEO, CommLab (http://www.commlabindia.com/) says, "We wanted to find out key design, technological and content handling issues encountered by organizations when they implemented mobile learning initiatives in their organization."
The study reveals that stakeholders considered mLearning only as a tactical extension of eLearning. Technical factors and the smaller screen size of mobile devices are important aspects that need to be considered when delivering knowledge transfer through mobile devices.
Mr. Prasad adds, "CommLab constantly endeavors to share its experiences and knowledge with wider audience. This whitepaper is an effort in that direction. Organizations who are looking at introducing mLearning to reach out to an increasingly mobile workforce would benefit with the insights provided in this whitepaper."
Just follow the link given below to access your copy of the whitepaper.
CommLab India is a leading custom eLearning solutions provider developing state-of-the-art eLearning services to organizations across the world. CommLab India specializes in developing industry-specific training solutions particularly in verticals such as Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare sector, High-Tech and IT Sector, Finance & Insurance Sector and Energy and Manufacturing Sector.
Based in India, CommLab India is a preferred vendor to some of the Fortune 500 companies such as Alcoa, Unilever, Mettler-Toledo and Pepco Holding Inc., and has an ongoing relationship with companies and organizations such as Hill-Rom, Flextronics, Deloitte, George Washington University and UN among others.