E-Learning represents delivery of part or all of a course using computing technology (computer, mobile or wearable devices) whether it’s in a school or business training or full distance learning course. Due to advances in the “as a service” model, eLearning is often Cloud-based.
Using game mechanics or game elements in education is not something new but applying it to e-learning perspective is set to come of age and becoming a real contender. Gamification in e-learning is the application of game elements & techniques in the non-game e-leaning process to motivate & engage learners in solving problems. It is many way different from pure learning games but proved it as real game changer to boosts up learners’ participation level and makes them better performer.
This report evaluates the historical overview, market implication, market revenue, vendor solutions, and real life examples for gamification in e-learning marketplace. Mind Commerce projects Gamification in E-Learning growth to reach $319 billion by 2020, among them College education & MOOCs is expected to hold 69% market share. All purchases of Mind Commerce reports includes time with an expert analyst who will help you link key findings in the report to the business issues you're addressing. This needs to be used within three months of purchasing the report.
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Forecasts for eLearning marketplace
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