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Agylia to explore mobile learning at Learning Technologies 2016

Agylia to explore mobile learning’s impact on induction, compliance and performance support at Learning Technologies 2016

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Join Agylia at Learning Technologies 2016 for a seminar exploring mobile learning’s impact on induction, compliance and performance support programmes.

Using mobile learning for induction, compliance and performance support will take place in Theatre 6 on Wednesday 3rd February between 11:00 – 11:30.

The session is a must attend for any organisation looking to innovate their learning and development programmes, or wanting to embark on a mobile learning project.

“I will reveal why mobile is the ideal channel for delivering induction, compliance and performance support – plus a wide range of other learning programmes. I will also showcase how organisations, including Microsoft, Telefónica, Deloitte and the Foreign & Commonwealth Office, have delivered successful mobile learning programmes,” explains Alex Mackman, Technical Director for Agylia.

During the session, attendees will see how the Agylia Learning Management System (LMS) and mobile learning Apps are playing a vital role in increasing productivity, efficiency and engagement at some of the world’s leading organisations.

Designed with agility in mind, Agylia is a true cloud, modern and scalable LMS. With a range of native mobile learning Apps for iOS, Android and Windows devices, Agylia provides learners with instant access digital learning resources at the point of need – ideal for induction, compliance and performance support programmes.

Visit stand N8 throughout the event for a range of activities to celebrate the launch of the Agylia LMS and Apps.

Alex Mackman
Author: Alex Mackman

This article was published by Alex Mackman on 01.02.2016. Alex is Technical Director at Agylia. He's responsible for product strategy and operations. He has a passion for technology, specifically how it can be applied to learning and CPD.

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