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Trends in Technology-aided Learning: 2015 and Beyond

G-Cube

To call it an emerging trend would be an understatement. Today, the effectiveness as well as cost-effectiveness of technology-aided learning is an established fact – both within and outside the corporate world. Technology-aided learning is now a huge and booming industry, with an estimated market value of $107 billion in 2015 (Source: Forbes.com). Personalized and Adaptive Learning: In e-learning, Big Data is defining how companies determine learning efficacy.

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Top 8 2019 e-Learning trends

SkyPrep

The year 2019 has just started and it is the right time to analyze the trends that will impact the learning industry all year long, especially the e-Learning landscape. Here’s a sneak peak at the top 8 trends that are going to change the e-Learning game this year: 1. Flexible Learning. The improvements in flexible and adaptive learning are extending the limits of what is realizable with learning. Social and Informal Learning.

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E-Learning in 2014: The Four “M” #trends

Web Courseworks

As such, we had a 31 day opportunity to really mull over what we think will make 2014 a great year for e-Learning. We have four “M” trends to keep an eye on! Browsers, devices, and operating systems, oh my! Adapting e-Learning for a variety of desktop browsers continues to be important for content providers, but we predict that 2014 will be the year that “ m-Learning ” really gets a significant look from associations.

3 E-Learning Predictions for 2018

LearnDash

This year we will be getting more “micro”, seeing a rise in subscriptions, and (possibly) machines. I must confess that this year I have been struggling to come up with my predictions for the e-learning industry. Prediction #1: Growth in Micro-Learning Delivery & Reporting. Yes, this is a similar prediction to last year where I predicted innovation in the micro-learning space. Entrepreneurs would do well to get in on this trend now.