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This is How The E-Learning Future Can Actually Look Like

Welcome to the post-pandemic reality of online learning.

The Future of E-Learning (Source: Canva)

Ten years from now, we’ll grimace at how we used to learn. While the past years have accelerated change, we’re still in the early days of a global learning revolution.

In the next six years, analysts expect the global e-learning market to double…

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Eva Keiffenheim

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