6 Exciting E-Learning Trends To Watch for in 2017 [Infographic]
“In recent times, we have witnessed an amazing variety of innovative learning solutions that effectively addresses the evolving learner needs, advancement in technology, and the overall urge to make learning more impactful. What learning solutions do you think will dominate the eLearning space this year? Which e-learning trends will successfully catch learners’ attention?”
E-learning trends are changing all the time in education. As learning technologies evolve and transform, so are the ways we teach and learn with them. This infographic courtesy of eLearning Infographics is called eLearning Trends 2017. It presents us with 6 exciting trends that e-learning will give us over the course of the rest of 2017, and perhaps beyond.
The infographic was produced by Exult, a company offering learning solutions through mobile and cloud-based software. The list of e-learning trends provided is based on the research statistics they’ve uncovered in all their years of experience in the e-learning industry.
6 E-Learning Trends to Look for in 2017
- App-based Learning
- Learning Videos
- Mobile Learning
- Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality
Enjoy the infographic and the coming e-learning trends it promises. Happy e-learning!
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