In December 2019, I began work on my eBook and this article on eLearning trends in 2020. This is the ninth in a series of articles and eBooks on eLearning trends since 2017. Here is my list of eLearning trends in 2020. I believe all of these will be an integral part of workplace learning in the near future. Given the large number of trends, I have logically grouped them into 3 sections.
What do you think will be the next big things in eLearning industry for 2017? The year 2016 has already seen a massive development in eLearning field. Now that the year is about to end, let's take a glimpse at the emerging eLearning trends of 2017 based on insights from eLearning industry experts. As technologies keep emerging, the year 2017 could be the most disruptive years for eLearning industry. Analysts predict that global e-Learning market is expected to grow at an average of 23% by 2017.
Online education has become popular among working professionals and students. These categories of online learners find immense benefit in the autonomy, and flexibility, that these courses offer. Online courses can be planned into their schedule, which may include full-time employment, internships and caring for the family. It can also help them take out quiet time to study. The entire eLearning landscape around the globe is changing rapidly and new trends continue to emerge.
Educational, training institutions and eLearning content publishers must adapt themselves to the new technological landscape in order to keep their courses and learning materials relevant to today's learners. The development of educational mobile apps provides exciting new ways to develop educational courses that are both effective in reaching educational objectives for teachers and rewarding to the online learner. This presentation will serve as a guide for managers at learning organizations into ways to adapt courses for the multi-screen and multi-device app based environment that today's learners engage in. Mobile devices are outpacing traditional desktop environments when it comes to accessing the web. In fact, 60% of search queries are now done through mobile devices (source: SearchEngineLand).
Many industries are affected due to this covid-19 lockdown. And also some industries change their work culture. Education industry is one of them. At this unprecedented time e-learning becomes the golden opportunity for learners. The future is outside the traditional campus, outside the traditional classroom.