Nigeria, South Africa, Kenya lead others in e-learning
London, July 10, 2019 (AltAfrica)-South Africa, Morocco, Nigeria, Tunisia, and Kenya have emerge top among African countries where e-learning is gaining prominence rapidly.
South Africa represents the largest region, accounting for nearly one-fourth of the African market.
The Africa e-learning market reached a value of more than US$ 792 Million in 2018, exhibiting a CAGR of around 14% during 2011-2018 according to the latest report by Research and Markets.
The market for e-learning is further expected to reach a value of US$ 1,813 Million by 2024.
The report provides a deep insight into the Africa e-learning market covering all essential aspects. This ranges from macro overview of the market to micro details of the industry performance, recent trends, key market drivers and challenges, SWOT analysis, Porter’s five forces analysis, value chain analysis, etc.
The report has segmented the market on the basis of type as packaged content, services and platform. Currently, packaged content accounts for the majority of the total market.
The market is further segmented on the basis of technology, covering mobile learning, simulation based learning, game based learning, learning management system (LMS), etc. Amongst these, mobile learning holds the majority of the market share.
An analysis of the competitive landscape provides the details key players operative in the market.
Some of the major players are Eneza Education, Via Afrika, Obami, Tutor.ng, and Dapt.io.
The way people learn has changed drastically since the invention of the internet. From learning a new language for holiday to studying for a degree, you can do it all online.
E-learning is defined as ‘learning conducted via electronic media, typically on the internet. The term “e-learning” was coined in 1999, along with other terms such as online learning or virtual learning
In 2016, over 78% of organisations used a Learning Management System to help employees gain knowledge, and a report estimates organisations will make the majority of their learning assets available as E-Learning by 2022.