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Table Of Contents

I Forward by Creativesheffield
II About Learning Light
III Acknowledgements and thanks
1. Introduction
1.1 background to the report
2. Executive Summary
3. What is e-Learning?
3.1 e-learning - definitions
3.1.1 e-learning components
3.1.2 e-learning, e-publishing and learning tools
3.2 How e-learning is flowering
4.0 Players in the UK e-Learning market
4.1 “Movers and Shakers” 2007
4.1.2 UK’s e-Learning players
4.1.3 Note on UK e-learning consultancies
Table 3: Looking back to the Epic UK Marketplace survey (2007)
Table 4 Interviews and other news:
News and views on who’s doing what
4.1.3. Consolidations, Mergers & Outsourcing
5.0 The Survey interviews
5.1 Market Trends
5.1.1 Continuing growth…?
5.1.2 Signs of a Slowdown
5.1.3 Importance of the public sector
5.1.4 Where is business coming from
5.1.5 Where are the threats
5.2.4 Future technology trends
5.3 Future Industry Trends
5.3.1 New business models
5.3.2 Industry structure – mergers, acquisitions and liquidations
5.3.3 Skill Shortages
6. 6. Trends in the market
6.1 That was then: the Hambrecht report 2000
6.2 This is now: the 2008 CIPD survey on e-learning
7. Role of large corporate suppliers
8. The size of the UK market
8.1 A forecasting model
8.1.1 background to the forecast
8.1.2 The Market in 2006
8.1.3 Adoption levels
8.1.4 Percentage of training budgets
8.1.5 Continued growth
8.1.6 2009 doom or gloom
8.1.7 Higher and higher
8.1.8 Can we be confident in this forecast of continued growth?
8.1.9 How does the UK compare with Europe
8.1.10 A US perspective
8.2 Sizing the market - summary
9.0. Industry Trends
9.1. Trends in learning platforms – more competition and more choice
9.1.2 Moodle
9.1.3 Moodle Plug Ins
9.1.4 Software as a Service (SaaS)
9.2. Content – How you use content is now King
9.2.1 Generic content:
9.2.2 e-reference systems and Academies
9.3 Bespoke content – tougher price climate = more innovation
9.4 Gaming and learning
9.5 Rapid Development – threat or opportunity
9.6 Web 2.0 – learning 2.0 – Social networking and Informal learning
9.7 Mobile, Handheld, Portable or…..?
9.8 e-assessment
10.0 Drivers of growth
10.1 Compliance 2.0
10.2 Lifestyle learning
10.3 The training industry gets e-learning
10.4.1 The e is for environmental
10.6 e–Learning 2.0 into the Small and Medium enterprise
10.7 Marketing moves into the e-learning market
10.8. Services
10.8.1 Consultancy: a cottage industry?
Appendices
Appendix A - The 2008 CIPD review of e-Learning
The CIPD report on e-Learning (2008) - summary
Appendix B – Donald H Taylor response to CIPD Report
Extract from “Reflections on the CIPD Survey” by Donald H. Taylor
Appendix D – expert predictions for 2009 - eLearn Magazine
Appendix E Readers’ responses to “Expert” predictions
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