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MOOCs, cMOOCs and xMOOCs: time to split up de nuestro amigo UOCiano @ictlogist profesor e investigador Sociedad de la Información, Brecha Digital, TIC y Desarrollo salúos y salú desde Zeviya CalYFlato IndePendiente ... la cuna del PARO EN EUROPA .. na menos que el 36,3 % ..
DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/fnwxbp/global_elearning) has announced the addition of the "Global E-learning Market 2014-2018 with Adobe Systems Inc., Blackboard Inc., Oracle Corp., and SAP AG Dominating " report to their offering.
“Global E-learning Market 2014-2018 with Adobe Systems Inc., Blackboard Inc., Oracle Corp., and SAP AG Dominating”
The Global E-learning market to grow at a CAGR of 25% to 2018.
The growth of the Global E-learning market is driven by several factors, of which the increasing acceptance of E-learning in the Corporate sector is a major driver. In order to reduce training costs and increase employee productivity, companies are increasingly adopting E-learning solutions. The introduction of HTML5 has boosted the growth of the Global E-learning market. For instance, HTML5 has reduced the need for creating apps used for E-learning. In addition, HTML5 is compatible with many web browsers and mobile OS, and is capable of providing better performance, and enriched multimedia and connectivity. Flash was the major platform used by content developers before the advent of HTML5. However, as many mobile devices do not support flash content, HTML5 is now increasingly being used to deliver interactive content and videos through mobile phones. Despite the many benefits associated with HTML5, it is still considered a new technology, and content developers are not experienced enough to develop content through it. However, this trend is catching up fast and is likely to contribute to the growth of the Global E-learning market in the near future.
5) Calgary's Leara E-learning Inc. Unveils Next-Generation e-learning Interface in PR WEB
Calgary, Canada (PRWEB) April 15, 2014
Since 2010, when Steve Jobs published an open letter against the use of the Adobe Flash plug-in, e-learning developers around the world have been struggling to find alternative ways to deliver compelling learning experiences on the web that are universal across all browsers. Today, Calgary's Leara e-Learning Inc. released the Elevate5™ interface for Adobe Edge Animate, which, for the first time, gives e-learning developers the ability to create custom narrated and interactive computer-based training that can be viewed on all devices, including Apple's iPhone and iPad.
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