DUBLIN, May 3, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The “United States E-Learning Market, Size, Share, Forecast 2022-2027, Industry Trends, Growth, Outlook, Impact of COVID-19, Business Analysis Report” has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer.
United States The e-learning market will grow with a double-digit CAGR of 12.5% during the period 2021-2027
United States The size of the e-learning market was US$59.52 billion in 2021
United States The e-learning market is mainly driven by the high adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) solutions by various non-academic and academic institutions.
Likewise, the increasing use of tablets, smart phones and laptops due to the vast commoditization of technology and digitization of business processes is also driving the industry. Also, the use of latest tools by companies and the presence of service providers to make the platforms more fascinating and interactive have boosted the adoption of e-learning platforms.
How COVID-19 Has Benefited the U.S. eLearning Industry Hugely
The COVID-19 pandemic will have a positive impact on the growth rate of United States e-learning market, owing to the increase in the adoption of digital technologies in various colleges, schools and universities and the growing government support for the improvement of e-learning platforms. United States The government has steered educational and non-educational institutions towards e-learning solutions for training and education purposes. Similarly, other organizations are opting for virtual learning solutions to maintain social distancing.
The American e-learning industry will reach US$120.67 billion by 2027
The U.S. e-learning market by learning mode includes SPL (self-paced learning) and ILT+blended (SPL+ILT). Instructor-led: Learners must be online at a specific time. Whereas, self-paced: Learners can schedule their study and exam time as per their convenience.
Based on segments, United States The e-learning market includes businesses, universities and governments. The growth of the E-Learning market in United States is mainly driven by the increase in demand for learning techniques in academic sectors such as K12 online education, elementary school students, middle school students, high school students, vocational training and higher education.
The emergence of distance education and e-learning programs has provided the American population with easy access to education. The flexibility and functionality of e-learning courses must drive the changing learning landscape in the United States. Similarly, e-learning services are used in United States corporate sector (SMEs and large companies) for the execution of training and other cooperative activities such as project work and missions.
Mobile learning technologies are developing at a rapid pace in United States
In terms of e-learning technologies, mobile learning technology has seen faster adoption in United States online learning market with the rapid use of smart phones. Many app-based learning materials are being developed, allowing smartphone users to get real-time insight into any subject. Some educational institutions and universities in the United States are creating mobile apps that allow students to log into the student outlet and access missed classes.
Meanwhile, a few prominent mobile apps in United States academic sectors are Remind, Photomath, Photomath, etc. Moreover, market developers offer game-based application support which is used to teach children with the advantage of interactive videos and animated images. These technologies allow schools to improve their IQ and students’ logical and reasoning skills.
United States The e-learning market is fragmented with many players like Aptara Inc, Adobe system Inc, Cornerstone Inc, Citrix Inc, Microsoft Corporation, McGraw-Hill Education, Pearsons, K12 Inc.
Main topics covered:
2. Research and methodology
3. Executive Summary
4. Market dynamics
4.1 Drivers of growth
5. United States e-learning market
6. United States e-learning market share analysis
6.1 By learning mode
6.2 By segments
6.3 By technology
7. U.S. Online Learning Market – By Mode of Learning
7.1 SPL (self-paced learning)
7.1.1 Packaged content
7.2 ILT + Mixed (SPL+ILT)
8. United States Online Learning Market by Segment
8.1.2 Large companies
8.2.1 Online K12 Training
18.104.22.168 Elementary students
22.214.171.124 College students
126.96.36.199 Secondary students
8.2.2 Vocational training
8.2.3 Higher education
9. United States e-learning market by technology
9.3 Virtual classroom
10. Porter’s Five Forces
10.1 Threat of new entrants
10.2 Threat of Substitutes
10.3 Bargaining Power of Buyers
10.4 Bargaining Power of Suppliers
10.5 Degree of competition
11. Analysis of Key Players
Residence System Inc
McGraw Hill Education
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