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Top 8 eLearning Trends Infographic


Top 8 eLearning Trends Infographic

Keeping a close eye on the trends is important for learning professionals since they are responsible for managing training within their organization, and thereby developing a competitive workforce in a changing global market. Here is a list of the top 8 eLearning trends to follow in this year.

1. Gamification

A major part of the e-learning industry will be driven by gamification. It is predicted to be a $10 billion industry by 2020.

2. Mobile learning

The mobile learning market is expected to grow exponentially in 2016 and beyond. The industry will grow up to $37.60 billion by 2020.

3. Video-Based Learning

The usage of video based learning is expected to grow significantly. By 2016, 98% of organizations would implement video as part of their digital learning strategy.

4. Social Media Learning

According to Deloitte’s “Millennial Survey 2014″, 75% of the global workforce will be millennials by 2025, favouring networked learning and learning through social media.

5. Blended Learning

According to Technavio Forecasts, the global blended e-learning market to grow at a CAGR of 11.091% during 2014-2019.

6. Micro Learning

According to a research conducted by Tagoras (2016), 18.1% organizations provide micro learning and 33.3% organizations plan to provide micro learning in the coming 12 months.

7. Augmented Reality

It is predicted to be the next big thing in e-learning market. The user base for Augmented Reality market is expected to grow from 60 million users to 200 million users by 2018.

8. Big Data and Learner Analytics

69.6% of firms now view Big Data as important or critical to their business success. The big data and learner analytics market is expected to reach $48.6 billion by 2019.

Via: www.exultcorp.com

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  • Thomas Slomka

    While informative and visually attractive, this design is an info-poster not an info-graphic. If a graphic design requires a reader to page or scroll then the design is not a-graphic, it is something more: a poster, a booklet, a web site, etc.