What will e-learning look like in 2020?

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Investing in the development and workplace learning has always been on the rise. This year also, it has been expected to see a rise in this field with a growth and development of the e-learning industry worldwide and this is expected to increase by 11% by the year 2020.

When you look at the employees worldwide making quick switches more than 15 times in their entire career and have a shelf life of only 5 years, it becomes a matter of disguise that where would the investments from L&D and the training departments go? Learn about the top trends listed below that are likely predicted for 2020.

The global market of E-learning is expected to increase at a CAGR (compound annual growth rate) by 7% by 2020-2025 in order to reach the equilibrium by $331 billion. There are top trends that are witnessed by the market such as high demand for distance learning, growing interest in mobile and internet learning, initiatives and programs by the government, the current technological growth and developments regarding E-Learning and investment and growth progress.

The market is divided into two segments based on the provider and they are content and service. Keeping in mind about the application, the market is categorized by corporate and education. Again, the corporate segment consists of small, mid-sized businesses and large enterprises.

When you look from the technology perspective, the market is divided into the virtual classroom, online e-learning, learning management system, mobile e-learning, rapid e-learning, and other numerous technologies. Based on the component, the market is categorized into faculty support and content and supporting services.

  1. Focusing on work-life skills like leadership

What are the first subjects that would come to your mind when you think about focusing on this? The things include leadership and management, problem-solving techniques, collaboration, and last but not the least communication skills. These are the things that focus on raising the interest in digital learning. These are known as work-life skills by the professionals. These skills help people to feel empowered and achieve success by adapting to random environments they are put into.

  1. Detailed user-generated content

In the year 2017, there was a rise seen in 38% regarding user-generated content, according to reports. This is certainly a huge jump and looking at the number of customers using E-Learning programs as a collaborative content-sharing tool, it is expected to see a continued rise in this detailed dramatic approach towards learning and knowledge sharing.

  1. Daily data

Data doesn’t scare anymore even when you hear something called as “big data”. Instead, data is becoming a desired part of the toolkit of learning development team. About 70% of the L&D teams are interested in developing their skills in implementing data to design, measure and conclude, deliver efficient solutions to learning.

The e-learning programs can predict more tools that can start making the data look available and make it a daily toolkit that could be used to design and develop effective and empowering solutions.

With the advent of eLearning era, professional and skilled tutors are required to teach the kids and prepare them to be the part of the smart and social. SmileTutor is the notable home tuition agency for parents and students looking for skilled home tutors who are proficient and updated with current teaching trends. They offer the services 100% free match the tutee with the most suitable and qualified tutors.

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Written by Jennifer Wilson

I am a blogger and educator. I mostly write about the Education and Elearning.


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