The modern way of learning - m Learningby Vishal Raelian IT Professional
The usage of internet has grown a lot from last decade. In the recent modern world, everyone needs to be updated. It is undoubtedly true that, “Learning is an ever growing process.” m-learning and e-learning are the two methods that are prevalent these days for the specialized skill development. In practical, mobile learning platform is more appreciable.
Mobile learning is the ability to provide or receive academic content on Smart-phones, PDAs etc. With the advancement in technology, this method of learning is the need of the hour for effective and flexible training. Besides it, there are numerous advantages of this m-learning.
Mobile learning platform has more flexibility than the other ways like e-learning. This latest method replaces the studying within the limiting walls of a classroom. Users can access study material on their Smart-phones anywhere, anytime by using a wireless internet connection. The learner can enjoy the luxury of learning-on-the-move also. In addition, m-learning is not dictated by any fixed curriculum. By using the application learner can learn at anytime, anywhere. One can revise the topic as much time as he/she wants. Thus, with this learning method in-depth clearing of concept can be done. The user can learn at their own pace.
Moreover, this m-learning offers an interactive platform to learner and educator. It is an exciting way of learning as one need not to sit in a classroom and listen the tutor. With exchange of information learning becomes a fruitful and amusing experience. In many parts of the world, infrastructure like good schools and colleges are not present. Masses of those areas can learn through m-learning if learning providers and administration of that area can take initiative. So, with this education is not a rich man’s luxury only.
In a nutshell, it is crystal clear that this education is an entire encyclopedia in one click. It can be used more efficiently by deploying some creative applications.
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