Weapon of choice

Threapleton, Marnie
October 2013
e.learning age;Oct2013, p20
Case Study
The article presents a case study of how the British Army leveraged the power and accessibility of mobile devices for compliance training deployment. The Army decided to make the military annual training tests (MATTS) mobile, wanting to establish the best training practice, finding an affordable solution, and determining whether British soldiers have an appetite for learning through mobile devices. The British Army found that mobile learning provides additional training opportunities.


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