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E-learning to Drive Global Smart Education Software Market: A Technavio Report

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FREMONT, CA: Technavio unveils a latest report on the growth of global smart education software market and finds it to grow at a CAGR of 17 percent in the forecast period 2016-2020. The report “Global Smart Education Software Market 2016-2020” foresees blended e-learning as the major factor for the growth of this market.

The blended e-learning system combines the legacy educational system with web-based learning and enables the education industry to understand the changing needs of students and teachers. The trainers are able to connect several students by sharing instructions online and student can access this information according to their convenient. The learning management solution tracks the activity of students and instructors and provides educational apps helping students to access content even from remote locations.

The virtual schools provide a single platform to connect learners and trainers enhancing their learning experience with content such as video, audio, and real-time interactive sessions. The latest developments in e-learning tools and availability of various communication equipments will further help in the growth of virtual schools.

The digitalization and growing number of internet users will broaden the market in the forecast period. The emergence of e-readers and tablets has encouraged the students and teachers to go online. The digital content provides more customized content and flexibility in learning compared to the traditional form. These benefits to the end users will lead to the rise of demand for digital content in the forecast period.

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