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eLearning Trends to Follow in 2015 [Infographic]

elearning trends to follow in 2015 infographic

This week our team has prepared for you a fantastic infographic about what eLearning trends to follow in the coming year. Feel free to share and embed!

(feel free to also check out some facts about eLearning in this infographic of ours.

eLearning Trends to Follow in 2015.

Elearning Trends to Follow in 2015 infographic

 

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  • Kate Casey

    Excellent infographic! Personally I’m keen to watch the uptake of corporate MOOCs.

    • Alex Chaidaroglou

      Thanks for your kind words Kate! Many people are interested in MOOCs, we might write a blog post in the near future 🙂

  • Ginafred

    Very nice! It covers most of what I’m working on and toward right now.

    • Alex Chaidaroglou

      Thanks Ginafred, glad you liked it!

  • Jorge Luis Nava Malpica

    Very interesting about Corporative MOOC´s trends in 2015! Tec de Monterrey have to produce and recommend more corporative courses for all people.

    • Alex Chaidaroglou

      Thanks for your comment Jorge, I guess you are right 🙂

  • Monica Watt

    Interesting summary, Corporate MOOCs is only going to get bigger as we have seen this developing over the past 10 years with non accredited learning. It makes me wonder with the rapid take up of on line learning, how organisations will manage the human factor, as we connect with each others yet physically disconnect from each other.

    • Alex Chaidaroglou

      Monica that’s a very interesting thought. Now that you say it, I am a little concerned too. I guess we have to wait and see how it unfolds…

  • Antonio Di Meola

    This article is most powerful and informative relating to the rising demands and trends of our society wanting to up skill as well as the ongoing pressures of life to meet. These methodologies help us to better understand the learner needs and meet them to achieve the goal of successful and high level qualifications. This will help us manage the expectations of the learner transition from classroom to online which is clearly the way of the future!

    • Alex Chaidaroglou

      Spot on Antonio, I totally agree and thanks for the kind words!

  • Frans

    I remain sceptical about large scale implementation of these e-learning trends. For one, it’s ignores the social aspect of learning. People learn better when they’re in the same room. It’s more motivating and it provides better communication.
    We all tend to think that e-learning will revolutionize education and it probably will. I think that the benefits will be terribly disappointing though.