Seoul, Korea - The size of e-learning market marked a two-digit growth rate last year. Since it passed the KRW 2 trillion mark in 2009, the market showed a slow incline until last year, and the graph climbed noticeably last year. However, a half of e-learning businesses were petty sized, recording the sales of less than KRW 100 million – the qualitative growth of the market has much to be improved.
SEOUL, KOREA — At the IMS Learning Impact Awards 2012 (LIA 2012), held in Toronto, Canada on May 14, Online Career Development Center “Dream-wings” (www.dream.go.kr), run by the Gyeonggi Women’s Development Center (www.womenpro.or.kr), was named the winner of the 2012 IMS Learning Impact Platinum Award by IMS GLS (Global Learning Consortium), which is a global, nonprofit, member organization th
SEOUL, KOREA — Showcasing the past, present, and future of the e-Learning industry, “e-Learning Korea 2012” will be held from September 12 to 14 at Hall C and the third floor of Conference Center in COEX,
SEOUL, KOREA — Korea Educational Broadcasting System (EBS), Korea’s largest free-to-air public education broadcaster, has agreed to make EBS education contents available on Google’s YouTube, the world’s largest video sharing site.
SEOUL, KOREA — Professor Kim Jae-ho is preparing for his lecture using “Lecturer Maker.” Professor Kim formerly used Power Point (PPT) to deliver lectures to students, but since he started using Lecture maker, an e-learning contents authoring tool, his class preparation time has been cut in half and the quality of his lessons have improved.
ATLANTA, USA — Ebix, Inc. (Nasdaq:EBIX), a leading international supplier of On-Demand software and E-commerce services to the insurance industry, today announced that it has signed an agreement to acquire Montreal based Taimma Communications Inc., a leading provider of innovative E-Learning medical education solutions to the pharmaceutical, biotechnology and healthcare industries.
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