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Anticipated Future of E-Learning Landscape

By Education Technology Insights | Monday, February 11, 2019

E-LearningE-Learning now involves the construction of a realm where learners can learn the desired without attending traditional classrooms. The realm continues to grow with the growth in audience aspirations and innovations striking the ground. With the time flying past, the eLearning is driving the learning experience and will continue to lead breakthroughs in the same. A few anticipated ones have been discussed below.

Algorithmic Career Advice

Career advice through algorithms—sounds weird but the truth of modern and proximate eLearning landscape. Unlike the traditional system, where academic counselors, teachers, and parents used to be the advisory of students career choice, algorithms are being developed for the same. Based on various aptitude tests; these algorithms and software can comprehend learners’ scholastic strengths and weaknesses to provide accurate insights into career objectives. A holistic assessment of learner’s overall aptitude and matching it with real-world job options of the eLearning platform is transforming generations to make a more robust career and subject decisions.

Skill Development Courses

A benefaction of the digital age is perhaps espousing of skill development courses in mainstream education and eLearning caters to learners with it effectively. Several online platforms have emerged in recent times that provide training and education in such esoteric courses. No matter how rare the course is, there exists an online platform, serving doorstep education to luring learners. As the demand for esoteric talents is on the rise, it is certain for such new courses to gain proximate future increase.

Visual Learning Methods

One of the well-exploited tool of eLearning has been visual learning. There is an excellent increase in the number of such platforms that are rejigging the learning landscape with the use of visuals. It is no secret that remembering concepts and theories through audio and visual training is more straightforward than traditional written ones. Developers are incorporating new technologies such as augmented reality and virtual reality to make visuals immersive and help learners to understand concepts fast. Continued growth in visual learning methods is observed over time and will continue the same.

Learning to Specials

The advent of AI technology in the education landscape impacts the education of specials. Visually impaired learners can now educate themselves with new technological tools and step in the direction of an educated community. Experts continuously strive to optimize technology for the betterment of learning experience.

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