E-learning to be worth $50 billion by 2014


If the analysts are right, the field of e-learning only has one way to go: up.

A new report by research firm Ambient Insight calculated the dollar value of e-learning to be $27.1 billion in 2009--and predicts that to nearly double to almost $50 billion by 2014.

The boom is thanks, in large part, to academic institutions. In higher ed, for-profit e-learning institutions are and will continue to be major players, and a slow economy has likely fueled the e-learning trend.

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