Top 10 e-Learning Statistics for 2014 You Need To Know

Christopher Pappas, , Dec 01, 2013
Commentary by Stephen Downes

Good fodder for your corporate e-learning presentation, outlining the size of the market and the costs saved by e-learning. (Yes, I know many people say there are no savings to be had in e-learning, but count me as among those who believes that the cost of learning can ultimately be reduced using e-learning, and reduced a lot. If this makes professors nervous, so be it. Just remember, if your unit sale price drops, then, if you want to maintain employment, sell more units. Or, in English: if professors want to keep their jobs, they should be prepared to find a way to offer learning to everybody, not just a select few. Because if they don't  then - as these statistics surely indicate - someone will.)

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