Mobile Learning that fits in your life
Mobile is ubiquitous. More and more people use their mobile devices to stay updated, connected, informed or to play with. In fact, people worldwide use mobile devices for almost everything. So, why not for learning? Why not gain useful knowledge practically on the go? We at IMC give you the Learning Environment that literally fits into your pocket. It’s just so comfortable: take your smartphone or your tablet and access the required information!
IMC Mobile Apps - native apps for iOS and Android
To ensure that your employees or your business partners can use mobile devices to do their job better, we let our award-winning Learning Management System, IMC Learning Suite go mobile!
Comfortable online /offline synchronization:
Learn offline and let your App update the LMS with your learning history when you connect to the Internet again.
Fully responsive with HTML5 support:
No need to zoom to read an interesting article.
Reflects the Corporate Design of your company:
Adapt the look and feel of your company.
Connect and exchange with your co-learners within the LMS.
Responsive Design and Mobile Learning
Doing a direct transfer of e-learning content from PC format onto mobile devices is not enough to ensure learning will be efficient, attractive and motivating in its new media form. The content must be quickly and easily accessible and also not too large or bulky in terms of scope and loading requirements. Remember that your learner will most likely access it on daily commutes, or in short breaks throughout the day, as and when it’s possible or convenient for them, so the information must be easy to access and interact with under any circumstance.
The vision for mobile learning is: Learn whatever you want, wherever and whenever you want. HTML5 is the ideal solution for the requirements of mobile learning and the new IMC whitepaper explains why this is the case.
The whitepaper addresses the following issues:
- What do technical expressions like HTML5 and CSS3 mean?
- How can you place the development from e-learning to m-learning into the bigger picture?
- What does Responsive Design and Mobile First mean in this context?
- What can examples of successful HTML5 projects look like?
Examples for E-Learning Content
Best Practices: Learn from others
Olimpius Istrate from International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) talking about a mobile learning project with IMC.
IMC is our partner for years now, having more than ten projects carried out by them in a professional manner and meeting our technical and pedagogical expectations. The projects were successfully concluded - we are together following up and providing to the online learners in our target audiences the best learning experience possible. We are enjoying working with the extremely professional e-Iearning team and we are relying on the high-level training quality they provide.
Dr. Olimpius Istrate, Senior Education Officer, HR Programs and Policies, Human Resources Department
IMC Process Guide: Web Guide
IMC’s electronic performance support system (EPSS) assists users while they are using a software or carrying out a process by providing context-sensitive information up-to-date. IMC Process Guide is available as a desktop application and a web client. Thanks to the web client it is not necessary to install the software on the user´s computer. Content is available in any browser and even on mobile devices.