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Digital Media - E-Education & E-Learning Insights

The education sector is shaping up as a leader in the rapidly evolving digital society. Large numbers of schools and institutions have embarked on tele-education extensions to their curriculum. Some are perhaps not particularly high-tech but, in general, great beginnings have been made. Video-based communication stimulated by high-speed networks, such as the emerging National Broadband Network (NBN) and the well-established Education and Research Networks, are linking up an increasing number of schools and other educational institutions.

The growth in e-books has been greatly stimulated by national government initiative to hand out laptops to schoolchildren as well as the global One Laptop Per Child project.

The digital world continues to influence the growth and development of e-education, with a number of trends emerging in this sector. Cloud computing is beginning to be implemented for use at an operational level, resulting in potential infrastructure cost reductions and administration time. Mobile technology is also beginning to be utilised as an education tool, particularly by academic and healthcare organizations.

There is some evidence that while overall spending on enterprise training has declined in light of the economic downturn; spending on e-learning has grown, with more spending being directed towards this learning method than instructor-led training.

This report provides an overview of e-education and identifies key trends. The report is designed to provide current observations which may assist investors, analysts and industry participants in making investment and business decisions.

Latest developments:

E-learning market continues to grow in the face of economic downturn; recent developments include use of cloud computing and mobile technology for e-education.

1. Synopsis
2. Market summary
3. What is happening with e-education?
3.1 Education transformation will guide e-learning
3.2 Self-learning in developing economies
3.3 Schools as platforms for individual learning
4. Tele-education – the quiet achiever
5. Market Insights
5.1 New Media Consortium (NMC)
5.2 E-education part of smart community
5.3 Mobile learning
5.4 Trans-sector and e-education
5.5 Cloud computing and e-education
5.6 Tele-presence and e-education
5.7 Skype in the classroom
5.8 Educating remote health professionals
5.8.1 Off-Net Video technology
5.9 E-learning and Open Source
5.10 Virtual worlds for education
5.11 Crowdsourcing
6. Digital education approaching reality
7. Related reports
List of Tables and Exhibits
Table 1 – Worldwide e-learning and m-learning market value 2010; 2015
Exhibit 1 – A shared vision of the future of education
Exhibit 2 – Advantages of e-learning
Exhibit 3 – South Korea: stimulating broadband by spending on e-education
Exhibit 4 – Sample of e-learning ASP market participants
Exhibit 5 – Popular Learning Management Systems (LMS)
Exhibit 6 – Connect To Learn
Exhibit 7 – iTunes U
Exhibit 8 – Examples of open source e-learning projects

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