The global market sees an increased number of solutions based on the relatively new e-learning concept. What’s also new is an increasing number of smartphone users accessing the Internet, leaving their personal computers open for other things like video games or even programming. More and more powerful smartphones are appearing on store shelves each year, and with that said, it’s a continuous brag about how people enjoy using their phones more than they would enjoy using their computers.
Within no more than a full year, the clearest message ever has been sent to everyone involved in the e-learning industry: a prediction of a much different future, which is coming shortly, and it involves ways people pick up new skills and share knowledge to others.
Since the Internet is a completely known concept to everyone around us, we are all deep inside an online world, in which the habit of learning new things is as easy as ever. This applies not just to the younger generations out there, but to people of all other age groups, even elderly people!
With the year of 2017 behind and so many innovations having already made headlines on the world’s top news publishers, a movement towards making e-learning the new mainstream method of gathering and sharing knowledge is very noticeable. Most e-learning platforms focus on smartphone users, because mobility and responsiveness are the two keywords every website is aiming for. It shouldn’t take more than a few years before e-learning courses are served to mobile devices and tablets only.
Knowledge sharing platform Zeqr made an engaging infographic on a look at what trends we should expect in 2018. E-learning comes with a multitude of benefits, such as:
- The ability to learn anything you want, whenever and wherever
- Classes that are downloadable
- Learning at your own pace, with no restrictions whatsoever.
The e-learning market is growing strong in a financial way, too, and with people all across the globe being more interested in learning new skills than ever, it seems most traditional learning forms will soon…disappear…
Let us know whether or not you’re ready to embrace the upcoming trends of e-learning!