Mobile AppLMS apps, such as the Moodle Mobile app, allow learners to download content when they do have internet access to view later while they’re offline. “We see a lot of clients use this when their workers are in remote, regional areas and have some downtime for learning.” Liam added, “When the learner has access again to wifi, their progress is synced back to the LMS. This could also be used if a student needs to use the wifi at their local library because they don’t have it at home.”
Static versions of dynamic coursesOrganisations frequently invest in designing and developing beautiful and interactive eLearning courses. However, these all require internet access to work. Most eLearning authoring tools will also allow course designers to download the course as a PDF, which could be used in scenarios where learning needs to occur without internet access. In the last few months, the online learning industry has made a big leap forward due to the pandemic. Our team are working hard to bring innovations that can help organisations support their learners during this time.