eLearning Development Challenges Faced by Solution Providers Infographic

| February 8, 2018

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EdTech Industry is highly versatile with disruptive innovation affecting and effecting all aspects of modern Education. eLearning solution providers go beyond the extreme to continuously engage students, tutors, administrators, parents, legislators and accommodate emerging business changes in the Education Industry. Developing and scaling-up technically advanced adaptive learning platforms involve addressing a wide range of challenges. This infographic lists a few set of eLearning development challenges faced by eLearning solution providers across the eLearning development life cycle along with suggested workarounds.

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