By 2025, global e-learning will top $325 billion, a CAGR of 7.2%, according to Research and Markets.
Top learning trends are:
>> Learning through gaming
>> Implementation of I.T. security and Cloud-based solutions
>> Online content & digitization
>> Innovations in wearable technologies
>> Learning management systems switching to Cloud-based systems.
By sector, Higher Education and K-12 account for 65% of the global market share, according to TechNavio.“This market will grow rapidly [through 2020] … and will bring about a transformation in conventional learning methods. Factors such as continuous innovation in e-learning tools, delivery methods, advances in technology, and availability of various virtual communication tools will result in the strong growth of the market during the forecast period.”
By region, North America education market share will reach 55% in 2020. Well-established I.T. infrastructure in North America will bolster growth as organizations implement technologically advanced teaching methodologies in educational institutions.
The content segment will account for more than 68% of the total education market share by 2020. The augmented demand for content development from professional and vocational program providers will drive demand. With the significant rise in enrollment for online courses in countries such as the U.S., Germany and the U.K., the demand for content development will increase rapidly.
—Sources:Research and Markets 2017 http://bit.ly/2rkVJKM, Technavio 2017 http://bit.ly/2qBtOVH, http://www.reportlinker.com/p03621935/Global-E-Learning-Market-Analysis-TrendsIndustry-Forecast-to.html, https://www.technavio.com/report/global-education-technology-e-learning-market