5 e-learning trends to keep an eye on for 2019

| March 22, 2019

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E-learning has been one of the fastest growing industries over the past few years. With the fast advancement in digital technology such as LMS and new innovations, e-learning is evolving every day for better with the aim to deliver a more engaging learning experience. Thus it’s important that everyone involves in and with e-learning keep a close look at the trends are appearing and disappearing in the industry.  Here are the top 5 e-learning trends that are trendy in 2019 for a reason.

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2Simple

2Simple has been making powerful and creative educational software for primary schools for over 14 years during which time we have won over 40 industry awards. Our head office is in the UK but 2Simple tools are used in classrooms around the world. Our most popular program is Purple Mash, an ever growing website filled with creative tools, games and curriculum resources to support and inspire children at school and at home. The most recent addition to Purple Mash is ‘2Code’ which lets teachers with no prior knowledge of coding deliver engaging and challenging lessons.

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