Government Elearning! Magazine

WINTER 2015

Elearning! Magazine: Building Smarter Companies via Learning & Workplace Technologies.

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Government Elearning! Winter 2015 11 EASTERN EUROPE WESTERN EUROPE NORTH AMERICA LATIN AMERICA MIDDLE EAST AFRICA ASIA $728.8M 2013 Revenues 16.9% Annual growth rate $1.2B Revenues by 2016 $6.8B 2013 Revenues 5.8% Annual growth rate $8.1B Revenues by 2016 $1.4B 2013 Revenues 14.6% Annual growth rate $2.2B Revenues by 2016 $332.9M 2013 Revenues 15.2% Annual growth rate $512.7M Revenues by 2016 $443M 2013 Revenues 8.2% Annual growth rate $560.7M Revenues by 2016 –Source: Docebo, www.docebo.com $7.1B 2013 Revenues 17.3% Annual growth rate $11.5B Revenues by 2016 $23.8B 2013 Revenues 4.4% Annual growth rate 9.0% Cloud based authoring tools and learning platforms growth rate $27.1B Revenues by 2016 Global Trends in Mobile Learning Market A new study titled " Learning on the Go: Tips & Trends in M-learning," reports the worldwide market for mobile learning products and services reached $5.3 billion. The fve-year compound annual growth rate (CAGR) is 18.2%, and revenues are set to more than double to $12.2 billion by 2017. The North America region dominates the mobile learning market at $23.8 billion, 4.4% CAGR. By 2016, it will reach $27.1 billion. Asia and Western Europe follow at $6.8 billion and $7.1 billion in revenues for 2013, respectively. — Copies of the report: http://bit.ly/10isLvV Trendlines How Major Events Affect Social Media Discussions According to the most recent data from ShareThis, social media users are much more likely to share content via mobile devices after a major current event occurs. The data comes from the analysis of content shares regard- ing major events such as the A.L.S. Ice Bucket Challenge, the Ferguson Riots, the Apple Launch Event and Shark Week. On regular news days, desktops account for the same amount of con- tent sharing as smartphones (both 43%). But once a topic starts trend- ing — sometimes bolstered by major breaking news — mobile devices make up 72% of the total content sharing. Smartphones drive more than half of current event content sharing, while the major news stimulates signifcantly more shares from tablets as well. —More info: www.emarketer.com Tablet 11% Smartphone 43% Desktop 43% Primary device used to share content among Internet users worldwide, Q3, 2014 –Source:www.eMarketer.com

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