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EMEA Education Sector Top 10 Predictions

  • Publication Date:January 2014
  • Publisher:IDC
  • Product Type: Report
  • Pages:13
  • ISBN:2000112

EMEA Education Sector Top 10 Predictions

This IDC Government Insight study presents the top 10 predictions for the EMEA education sector in 2014. Information communication technologies are not only supporting seamless access to content for students and teachers, but they are also triggering a new model of learning that is more personalized and less tied to supervised, classroom-based courses in schools and universities.

"The combination of Big Data, which will enable to better predict and adapt learning paths to student requirements, and blended learning environments, which offer a more seamless learning experience to students, are opening up new learning scenarios. Teachers and students will be less tied to one physical location and even one institution, and they will be able to pick the best resources for their needs," said Massimiliano Claps, research director, IDC Government Insights.

Table of Contents

Predictions

In This Study

Situation Overview

Future Outlook

Personalized Learning

Prediction #1: At Least 30% of Big Data and Analytics Projects Will Move Out of the Closed Door of Academic Research and Will Be Used to Personalize Student Curricula at All Levels of Education by 2015

Analysis

Implications for Education Executives

Prediction #2: At Least 15% of Schools and 30% of Universities Throughout the Region Will Support Class Delivery Through Blended Learning Environments in 2014

Analysis

Implications for Education Executives

Prediction #3: The Uptake of mLearning Will Increase by 30% Among African Students in 2014

Analysis

Implications for Education Executives

Collaboration Environment

Prediction #4: Growing Demand for Information Sharing, Collaboration, and Communication Tools Will Drive Hybridization of Delivery Models

Analysis

Implications for Education Executives

Prediction #5: Increased Collaboration Fueled by the Consumerization of Tools Will Increase Security Threats

Analysis

Implications for Education Executives

ICT Overhaul

Prediction #6: Tablets Will Not Replace Intelligent Whiteboards and Other Digital Classroom Tools Yet

Analysis

Implications for Education Executives

Prediction #7: At Least 25% of Education Institutions in EMEA Will Invest in Mobile Apps in 2014

Analysis

Implications for Education Executives

Prediction #8: At Least 50% of Small and Medium-Sized Education Institutions Across All of EMEA Will Experience a Shortage of IT Management Skills in the Coming Years

Analysis

Implications for Education Executives

Prediction #9: At Least 10% of ICT Procured in Higher Education and 20% in Primary and Secondary Schools Will Come Through Cross-Institution-Consolidated Purchasing in 2014

Analysis

Implications for Education Executives

Prediction #10: Boundaries Between Solution Providers Will Be Hybridized

Analysis

Implications for Education Executives

Essential Guidance

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