From 2020 to 2025, e-learning is looking to boom over $300 billion as an industry. One of the major leaders of that boom is China. Over the past few years, American universities as well as e-learning companies have been looking to expand their presence in China through the e-learning space.
E-learning, also known as distance learning or online learning, has allowed Chinese students from rural areas access to content previously only available to students in major cities. China's Ministry of Education is also now offering off-campus learning centers to students who have issues accessing internet at home.
With these major changes, demand for e-learning content to be localized for Chinese Mandarin has grown. In this blog, we will share the main key elements needed to localize e-learning content with a focus on the Chinese market.
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