The Market Research Centre is an Enterprise Ireland service offering clients access to a wide range of market, sector and company reports. Enterprise Ireland clients can view the below list of reports analysing the educational technology market globally.
- Technologies Impacting the Future of Education
- Growth Opportunities in the Education Technology Market Forecast to 2022
- An End User Perspective on Navigating Digital Transformation in Education, Global, 2017
- Australian Edutech Market – Key Trends, Technologies, and Opportunities, Forecast to 2022
- Information and communication Technologies in Education as a Stimulus to Economic Development. By: Stankic, Rade; Gavrilovic, Biljana Jovanovic; Aleksic, Jasna Soldic. Economic Horizons / Ekonomski Horizonti. Jan-Apr2018, Vol. 20
- 5 Ed Tech Trends on the Way Out in 2017. By. Schaffhauser, Dian. T.H.E Journal Mar2017 Vol. 44 Issue. 2
- The Importance of e-Learning as a Teaching and Learning Approach in Emerging Markets. By. Wong, Amy; Sixl-Daniell, Karin. International Journal of Advanced Corporate Learning 2017 Vol. 10 Issue. 1
- Hype Cycle for Education, 2018
- Top 10 Strategic Technologies Impacting Higher Education in 2018
- Toolkit: Migrating to a New Learning Management System in Education
- Top Five Strategic Technologies Impacting K-12 Education in 2018
- Market Guide for Higher Education Student Information Systems
- Market Guide for Online Program Management in Higher Education
- Market Guide for K-12 Student Information Systems
- Online Tutoring Services
- Language Learning Software Developers
- Educational Products and Supplies
- Educational Equipment and Software: Global Markets
The Market Research Centre has access to British Council reports analysing the Education system in a variety of countries.
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