E-learning platforms are changing the education landscape in various countries. E-learning industries are providing quality and advance education by enhancing learning tools and teaching methods. There are various industries are introduced in the market with full enthusiasm and have great completion to watch in coming years.
Let’s have a look of E-Learning Market in various countries.
E-Learning Market in US – Forecast and Analysis 2020-2024 :-
US : The e-learning market size has the potential to grow by USD 21.64 billion during 2020-2024, and the market’s growth momentum will accelerate during the forecast period in US.
The report provides a detailed analysis of the market by product (content, technology, and services) and end-user (higher education, Corporate, and K-12 ). Also, the report analyzes the market’s competitive landscape and offers information on several market vendors, including Adobe Inc., Cengage Learning Holdings II Inc., D2L Corp., Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Co., Instructure Inc., John Wiley & Sons Inc., McGraw-Hill Education Inc., Pearson Plc, Providence Equity Partners LLC, and RELX Plc.
E-learning platforms slowly changing Indian education
India : The Indian education is slowly changing with E-learning platforms by addressing the demand-supply gap of both students as well as corporate employees by dispensing personalized learning outcomes, experts say.
Online learning has widened the scope of education and transcended it beyond classroom boundaries. With high internet penetration in the last two years, it has taken over the traditional methods not just in the urban landscape but also in rural areas.
The education system is evolving at a very fast pace, online education platform upGrad co-founder and MD Mayank Kumar said.
African Educators says Covid-19 “an opportunity”
Africa : In a Major New Survey, it is observed that Fifty per cent of surveyed African teachers, trainers and education technology specialists think the Covid-19 pandemic will turn out to be a “significant” or “very significant” opportunity for African education.
The results of a survey, released today by eLearning Africa and EdTech Hub, show that many African educators are opportunistic about the future. They believe that Covid-19 has served as a “wake-up call,” which will encourage greater use of blended learning and new forms of technology assisted education and training in the continent’s schools, colleges and universities.
The survey, ‘The Effect of the Covid-19 Pandemic on African Education’ is based on interviews with more than 1600 education and technology professionals across Africa, who were asked about their experience of the Covid-19 pandemic and its implications.
85 per cent of respondents thought that the use of technology would be more widespread as a result of the crisis.
Source: The Economic Times; technavio; fenews.co.uk