Russia Leads E-learning In E. Europe and Asia

In the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), the e-learning market is developing twice faster then the worldwide market for e-learning, claims Sam. S. Adkins, CRO of Ambient Insight.

The results of an Ambient Insight investigation show that annual rates of growth of Eastern Europe’s market (countries of CIS in particular) make up 23%, which is higher then in Northern America (7%), Latin America (19.8%) and Western Europe (12%). Average worldwide growth is 12%.

The document “E-learning in CIS – 2010-2013 Trends of Development” includes 20 key trends divided into four groups: social-demographic; rules of play; marketing; and technologies.

Russia is CIS’s leader in designing solutions for e-learning management and in implementing e-learning solutions. Fifty-nine CIS companies are involved in e-learning technologies: 27 are vendors of software, three import software, 35 are integrators and distributors, and four are service companies.

They are territorially divided in this way: 31 companies in Russia, 13 in Ukraine, five international companies, five companies in Belarus and two in Kazakhstan.

There are 27 solutions for e-learning systems and LMS/LCMSs from 25 vendors on the market; 10 of them are also offered as SaaS. There are nearly 1200 organizations in the CIS that use commercial software for distance learning management. Tools for Webinars are offered by 14 companies, which have already provided 18 solutions and services.

CIS members are Russia, Moldova, Belarus, Ukraine, Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan.

More information: www.smart-edu.com/index.php/e-learning/e-learning-in-cis.html

In the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), the e-learning market is developing twice faster then the worldwide market for e-learning, claims Sam. S. Adkins, CRO of Ambient Insight.

The results of an Ambient Insight investigation show that annual rates of growth of Eastern Europe’s market (countries of CIS in particular) make up 23%, which is higher then in Northern America (7%), Latin America (19.8%) and Western Europe (12%). Average worldwide growth is 12%.

The document “E-learning in CIS – 2010-2013 Trends of Development” includes 20 key trends divided into four groups: social-demographic; rules of play; marketing; and technologies.

Russia is CIS’s leader in designing solutions for e-learning management and in implementing e-learning solutions. Fifty-nine CIS companies are involved in e-learning technologies: 27 are vendors of software, three import software, 35 are integrators and distributors, and four are service companies.

They are territorially divided in this way: 31 companies in Russia, 13 in Ukraine, five international companies, five companies in Belarus and two in Kazakhstan.

There are 27 solutions for e-learning systems and LMS/LCMSs from 25 vendors on the market; 10 of them are also offered as SaaS. There are nearly 1200 organizations in the CIS that use commercial software for distance learning management. Tools for Webinars are offered by 14 companies, which have already provided 18 solutions and services.

CIS members are Russia, Moldova, Belarus, Ukraine, Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan.

More information: www.smart-edu.com/index.php/e-learning/e-learning-in-cis.html

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