During the COVID-19 pandemic, the e-learning industry evolved at a mind-blowing pace. The demand for all areas of education e.g. classical education and corporate training has forced industry experts to build e-learning LMS software. Such solutions help companies to take full advantage of distance learning and can be a lifesaver for Americans. Please check the thoughts of industry experts about the rise of custom e-learning software development in the United States below. Leobit, #1 .NET software development company in Ukraine, welcomes you to visit its blog and find more expert thoughts on this topic in the article ‘The Pandemic Drives the Development of E-learning LMS Software in the United States’.
Kamal Thakur, CEO at Cerebrum Infotech
In the USA, the pandemic has been a driving force for new tech products. Every business has seen innovation and new products that made it easy to survive the pandemic, for example, grocery delivery apps, medicine delivery apps, and e-learning.
The reach of e-learning is greater than ever. 77% of US companies were using online learning in 2017. The E-learning industry is offering an array of e-learning tools to government, corporate, and educational institutes, and individuals. Corporates use these apps for their various training programs. By 2025, the global e-learning market is expected to reach $325 billion. E-learning projects that take into account the current problems of connecting in real-time with teachers, training-providers, and providing a platform to flourish and learn should be developed.
Bishal Biswas, Digital Marketing Expert Arcadia
I think the biggest and most interesting e-learning projects currently running anywhere, and particularly in the US, are in the education sector. E-learning in the education sector begins at the most basic level like Kindergarten and continues till the doctoral level, and even after that. The interesting thing about these projects is that they are developed to be the most creative ones because they are supposed to sharpen the minds of children at a younger age.
The sector that needs the most attention in terms of e-learning projects is the healthcare sector. There are several projects already working to educate healthcare professionals about the use of technology to better perform their duties and improve their communication within the healthcare sector. Stats and reports show that more than half of the occupations in the healthcare sector will grow by 38% by 2024. So, there is a dire need of more e-learning projects in this sector.
Pandemic has been the major driving force behind most of the e-learning projects. As lockdowns were imposed everywhere around the world, there were no other and better options for organizations than to start e-learning projects to educate students and professionals. The world couldn’t afford a standstill and had to do something during the pandemic to keep the wheel spinning, and e-learning projects saw a boom.
Christian Velichkov, Twiz IO
The Gamified Scenarios and Questioning Pools are the most interesting e-learning projects.
The consequences of the pandemic are not good in the education and learning sector. The reason being that most of us the kids are not used to e-learning. So right now, e-learning projects where maximum participation is ensured should be developed. Something where students don’t get bored and also don’t lose the feel of physical tutoring. Maybe, the use of VR can be done in e-learning.
The positive side of the pandemic is that it has led to a lot of innovative ideas. The e-learning industry has undergone massive changes to fulfill the requirements of e-learning.