Use of Analytical Applications Helping Smart Teaching and Learning Market Advance

openpr | January 27, 2020

The main reasons behind the growth of the smart teaching and learning market are the rising adoption of analytical applications, popularity of learning analytics software deployed on cloud, number of virtual schools, and usage of such solutions because of their cost efficiency. Smart teaching and learning simply refers to the integration of digital technologies in the education process. On the basis of product, the market is categorized into software, hardware, education content, and services. Among these, the software category dominated the smart teaching and learning market in the past. During the forecast period, services are projected to witness the highest value CAGR, owing to the increasing requirement for cloud solutions, learning analytics, and digital libraries, as well as for speedy deployment of the solutions and savings on operational cost. Blended, virtual instructor-led training (VILT), collaborative, adaptive, and simulation-based are the various divisions under the learning mode segment.

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The World of Work is changing. Work is transforming from a top-down, largely homogeneous environment to a wired, collaborative, diverse environment where change is constant and the workforce has to adapt to change with it.Corporate learning has been gradually changing over the past few years, and Brandon Hall Group research shows that the pace is picking up speed.

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