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E-Learning is a learning system based on formalized teaching but with the help of electronic resources. It can also be termed as a network that enabled the transfer of skills and knowledge, and the delivery of education is made to a large number of recipients at the same or different times. The research report titled Asia Pacific E-Learning Market Outlook, 2026 by our research categorizes the market to forecast the revenues and analyze the trends in each of the following segments: based by Technology (Online E-Learning, LMS, Mobile E-Learning, Rapid E-Learning, Virtual Classroom & others), by Provider (Service & Content) by Application (Academic (K-12, Higher Education, Vocational Training), Corporate (SMBs, Large Enterprise) & Government), based on region, countries & major companies.
In Asia, education especially people are a little old-school; and don’t believe that engaging content is as good as school teaching. The market in the year 2015 was at a value of USD 18 Billion. However, the growing penetration of smartphones coupled with the ease of availability of high-speed internet connectivity in several countries will drive the e-learning market growth.
With around 95% internet penetration in the region, the e-learning industry will gain traction. The availability of strong internet connectivity even in remote areas and small towns will propel market growth. The region is expected to show a growth rate of over 14% in the forecasted period, posing as one of the most potential regions.
Asian ed-tech, currently, there is an emphasis on tech more than learning sciences and the companies are just creating marketplaces for courses. The content provider segment accounts for the highest share in the region with more than 95% even though the year 2020. Asia is moving more towards technological advancements where the involvement of AI has been seen higher.
The AI is not only about automatic correction or helping the teachers get their assignments done but it also helps mimic the kind of individualized attention that students previously could only receive through one-on-one instruction.
The academic segment in the region is expected to dominate the market, while the government segment is also likely to have a marginal incline in the market. Investors in ed-tech companies are betting on the idea that gamified learning can produce better outcomes, or at least give children an edge over their peers.
Mobile e-learning is anticipated to show a growth of over 14% in the coming period, which is potentially the highest among the segment. To improve learning outcomes, the companies need to focus as much on teaching as technology. The companies need to push through in learning and education, in general, has to be pedagogically designed.
The ongoing coronavirus pandemic will boost the e-learning industry in the region. Corporate organizations are using digital training methods to train employees due to the temporary closure of businesses. Educational institutions are conducting online lectures to ensure the safety and optimum health of students by following social distancing measures. However, with the gradual reopening of schools and universities following the relaxations in lockdown measures imposed, the e-learning market will witness a slight downfall.
The major constrain in the market is that many parents, wary of online learning, prefer to send their children to in-person tutoring centers. Parents may be paying for ed-tech, but they’re not the ultimate users of these products, and the courses don’t come cheap. India has the largest school-going population in the world but still ranks low in major global assessments because learning is driven by the fear of exams rather than the love of learning.
The region is highly driven by the deep penetration of the internet, which accounts for about half of all internet users in the world, many of which are smartphone-first. The concept of e-learning is gaining popularity in the region, with the change of generation & young parents willing to spend more on such technologies. This resulted in the largest “online movement” in the history of education with approximately 730000 K-12 students, attending classes via the Tencent K-12 Online School in Wuhan.
High competition in the industry is forcing emerging players to introduce innovative services for strengthening their position and increasing market share. For instance, in April 2020, OpenLearning Limited partnered with Alibaba, a leading e-commerce giant in China, to expand its online learning services in the Chinese education market. The partnership aims to ensure that students in China can access online courses in a compliant manner.
KEY MARKET PLAYERS:
Adobe Inc., Aptara Inc. (Ienergizer), Blackboard Inc., Cisco Systems Inc., Citrix System Inc., Docebo Inc., Gp Strategies Corporation, Oracle Corporation, Pearson Plc, Skillsoft Corporation
CONSIDERED IN THE REPORT
• Geography: Asia Pacific
• Base year: 2020
• Historical year: 2015
• Forecasted year: 2026
• Asia Pacific
ASPECTS COVERED IN THE REPORT
• Market Size by Value for the period (2015-2026F)
• Market Share by Technology (Online E-Learning, LMS, Mobile E-Learning, Rapid E-Learning, Virtual Classroom & others)
• Market Share by Provider (Service & Content)
• Market Share by Application (Academic: K-12, Higher Education, Vocational Training, Corporate: SMBs, Large Enterprise & Government)
• Market Share by Region
• Market Share by Country
• Market Share by Company
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