Mobile learning unlikely or off the agenda completely for over 65% of today’s #LT13UK visitors

Is 2013 another year of all talk and no take up for mobile learning?

The majority of L&D professionals attending #LT13UK today are still cautious about adding new mobile options to their arsenal of resources, Good Practice’s Learning Trends Live survey has revealed. The participants were interviewed during the second afternoon of the Learning Technologies exhibition, currently occurring in London’s Olympia 2, but despite the inspiring nature of mobile products on show, 43% said that they were unlikely to launch a new mobile learning option and 23% said they definitely would not.

The breakdown

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When asked “How likely are you to launch or pilot a new mobile learning option within the next 6 months?” respondents answered:

Very likely – 13.64%
Quite likely – 20.45%
Not very likely – 43.18%
Definitely not – 22.73%

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