4 MAIN DIFFERENCES BETWEEN E-LEARNING AND MOBILE LEARNING

Although e-Learning and m-Learning (mobile learning) are used interchangeably in many cases, the two modes of learning differ in many aspects.

 

The need to disseminate education efficiently imposed that classrooms should no longer be confined within four walls. So distance learning came into being. Then as technology evolved, lessons were not only delivered to mailboxes (the ones on the curb) but also reached learners on their computers. Thus eLearning developed. And now, because learners are no longer tethered to their desks (the rise of the remote and mobile workforce), learning is being delivered to their hand-held devices where they can consume it on the go.

Although e-Learning and m-Learning (mobile learning) are used interchangeably in many cases, the two modes of learning differ in many aspects. There are over tons of articles that talk about the differences between eLearning and mLearning, so we've created this blog post to save you time doing your research. Here, we list down four of the main differences between both terms. 

 

 

 

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