Blended learning is the phrase used to describe a learning strategy that includes more than one method of delivering learning and development interventions. A blended learning solution will normally include some e-learning combined with one or more of the traditional methods including face-to-face training, books, videos, training DVDs, seminars, workshops, distance learning packs and so on. M-learning takes e-learning one step further. Rather than completing a learning intervention on a desktop or laptop computer, it will be possible to study an m-learning course on a portable computer device, such as a personal digital assistant, a mobile phone or a palm top computer. Existing e-learning content can easily be repositioned to work on the smaller screens of mobile devices and organizations have built up their own resources to be able to produce e-learning internally. To expect learners to spend significant amounts of time interacting with small devices that have tiny screens and keyboards is likely to be a doomed strategy.