Dublin (Ireland) | Short learning impulses will become increasingly important in corporate learning, among consumers and in school and academic teaching. This is the assumption of the Irish analyst Research and Markets in its recently published analysis “Microlearning Market – Growth, Trends and Forecasts (2020-2025)”. In this context, Research and Markets forecasts average annual growth of 14.2% over the forecast period. Compared with the previous year’s analysis, the analyst assumes an annual growth dynamic of 1% higher per year.
According to the current analysis by Research and Markets, the main reason for this growth is that microlearning has recently been implemented in more and more products such as learning management systems and has been used more and more since then. In addition, the increasingly flexible working world would contribute to the fact that freelancers and employees would have to constantly acquire new knowledge and thus also create demand for microlearning solutions. This is particularly true for the millennial generation.
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