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QUIZZES: Create short quizzes that are sent to a user\u2019s mobile device after they complete an eLearning module. These can be used to help review and solidify the eLearning content.

QUIZZES: Create short quizzes that are sent to a user’s mobile device after they complete an eLearning module. These can be used to help review and solidify the eLearning content.

JOB AIDS: Create mobile job aids or mobile performance-support tools to help users apply what they covered in the eLearning modules. Something they can use on the job at work.

JOB AIDS: Create mobile job aids or mobile performance-support tools to help users apply what they covered in the eLearning modules. Something they can use on the job at work.

GAMES: There\u2019s nothing better than playing a game on your smartphone to learn or review content. Check out some of the do-it-yourself mobile-game templates available on the internet.

GAMES: There’s nothing better than playing a game on your smartphone to learn or review content. Check out some of the do-it-yourself mobile-game templates available on the internet.

REMINDERS: Send messages to users\u2019 smartphones reminding them of which modules they have completed and which they need to start. These reminders can include quick reviews.

REMINDERS: Send messages to users’ smartphones reminding them of which modules they have completed and which they need to start. These reminders can include quick reviews.

EVALUATIONS: Use mobile to evaluate an eLearning module a day after its completion. Mobile evaluations on average have a higher completion rate than desktop based evaluations.

EVALUATIONS: Use mobile to evaluate an eLearning module a day after its completion. Mobile evaluations on average have a higher completion rate than desktop based evaluations.

SPACED LEARNING: Use mobile to review the eLearning content at spaced intervals after its completion. Spaced learning is a highly effective way of improving recall.

SPACED LEARNING: Use mobile to review the eLearning content at spaced intervals after its completion. Spaced learning is a highly effective way of improving recall.

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