The Evolution of Internet Learning

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Published on March 16, 2016

Author: SAPServices

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1. Evolution of Internet Learning EVOLUTION OF INTERNET LEARNING The effects of the digital transformation have infiltrated all areas of life. This has become particularly clear in the way that education and digital learning have evolved over the past few decades. Massive open online courses (MOOCs), online encyclopedias, online universities, and other Internet-based education systems have changed the way we consume information and learn. The pursuit of knowledge is now more convenient, fun, and interactive than ever before and this, in turn, is making students, employees, and lifelong learners better equipped to handle the complexities of our modern world. Evolution of Internet Learning WORLDWIDEWEB 1990s 1990World’s first Web site and server goes live at CERN, running on Tim Berners-Lee’s NeXT computer, which bears the message: “This machine is a server. DO NOT POWER DOWN!” 2000s 2003The first words are spoken on Skype in Latvian, translated into English: "Hello, can you hear me?” 2010s 2011Longtime public radio host Christopher Lydon is credited with recording the first ever podcast, which detailed the rise of the term “Web 2.0.” 1991The first Web site is dedicated to information about the World Wide Web and went live on August 6. 1993The first AOL instant message is sent by Ted Leonsis to his wife on January 6. It read, "Don't be scared ... it is me. Love you and miss you.” 1994In 1994, the first ever e-commerce transaction is conducted on a Web site called NetMarket. The item purchased was a Sting CD. 1995On October 24, the U.S. Federal Networking Council unanimously passed a resolution defining the term “Internet.” 1996Hotmail launches as one of the world’s first Web mail services, its name is a reference to the HTML Internet language used to build it. @ @ 2012As of July, approximately 10.5% of all Web traffic occurs through mobile devices (up from 4% in December 2010). 2014For the first time, mobile devices surpass the desktop as the favored method of Internet access. Source: CERN Source: Yahoo Source: AdWeek Source: Business Insider Source: Internet Society Source: Pew Internet Source: Business Insider Source: Thrillist Source: readwrite Source: Wikipedia 2008Google starts releasing enterprise-class features, such as advanced segmentation, custom reports, and motion charts through Google Analytics. Source: Kissmetrics 2016Over 1.5 billion people use Facebook on a daily basis. Source: Expanded Ramblings 200427% of Internet users say they are blog readers, compared to only 11% the year before. Source: Pew Internet 20071.11 billion people are using the Internet. Source: webopedia Evolution of Internet Learning 1990s 1993 Though basic compared to today's standards, the first ”smartphone,” Simon, is developed by IBM and Bell South. 2000s 2004 Harvard student, Mark Zuckerberg, launches thefacebook.com – 1,200 Harvard students sign up within the first 24 hours. 2010s 2013 Twitter launches Vine, a mobile video app that allows users to create a 6-second looping video clip. 2010 Steve Jobs takes the stage at a special Apple event to launch the iPad, a new category of device that merges the laptop and smartphone. 2014 The ALS Association “Ice Bucket Challenge” goes viral. Since launching, there have been over 2.4 million tagged videos circulating on Facebook. 1997 Netflix launches as a company that sends DVDs to homes using the mail. 1995 Amazon.com opens for business, advertising itself as “Earth’s Biggest Bookstore.” 2006 The first tweet is written by co-founder Jack Dorsey on March 21. 2007 Apple releases its first iPhone, priced at US$499 for 4 GB and $599 for 8 GB. 2005 YouTube is founded on Valentine’s Day. The first video, an explanation of what’s cool about elephants, is uploaded by co-founder Jawed Karim on April 23. POPCULTURE Source: QR Code Scanning Source: Pew Internet Source: Pew Internet Source: The Guardian Source: Mashable Source: Yahoo Source: iMore Source: Social Media Today Source: Wikipedia Source: Pew Internet Evolution of Internet Learning POLITICS 1990s 1994 The Clinton administration goes online. 2000s 2001 The U.S. mandate “No Child Left Behind” requires all students to be computer literate by 8th grade. 2003 President George W. Bush signs the CAN-SPAM Act into U.S. law; it establishes the first national standards for sending commercial e-mail and requires the Federal Trade Commission to enforce its provisions. 2010s 2013 President Barack Obama pledges over US$500 million to the creation of online course materials as part of his commitment through ConnectED, an initiative to make education more accessible and affordable. 2011 Young Egyptians use the hashtags #Egypt and #Jan25 on Twitter to spread the word about the Egyptian Revolution. The government responds by shutting down the Internet. 2015 President Barack Obama tweets from his personal @POTUS Twitter account: "Hello, Twitter! It's Barack. Really! Six years in, they're finally giving me my own account.”2016 The White House launches its first ever Snapchat account in hopes to reach the platform's younger audience. # Source: Pew Internet Source: U.S. Department of Education Source: Pew Internet Source: The Guardian Source: The White House Source: Twitter Source: ABC News 2008 74% of Internet users went online during the 2008 election to take part in, or get news and information about, the U.S. presidential campaign. Source: Pew Internet 1996 President Bill Clinton signs the Telecommunications Act of 1996 in an effort to bring classrooms and libraries online by the end of the decade. Source: Cybertelecom Evolution of Internet Learning EDUCATION 1990s 2000s 2010s 1999 Jones International University becomes the first accredited fully Web-based university. 2001 Wikipedia is founded by Jimmy Wales and Larry Sanger, starting as an online encyclopedia. Source: Jones International University 2008 The term MOOC is coined by Dave Cormier. 2009 YouTube EDU offers thousands of free lectures online. 2010 83% of CEOs and small business owners consider an online degree to be as credible as one traditionally earned. 2011 A Pew Internet survey finds that 92% of online adults use search engines to find information on the Web.“Search” is now at the top of the list of most popular online activities among U.S. adults. 2013 SAP launches “openSAP” platform MOOCs. openSAP reaches 170,000 enrollments. 2015 openSAP reaches the milestone of one million enrollments at the end of the year. 2012 The year is dubbed "The Year of the MOOC" with Udacity, EDX, and Coursera making waves. 2014 98% of public colleges and universities offer some form of online learning courses. 2015 As much as 18% of learning at most technologically-advanced companies is done on mobile devices. 2016 AltSchool, a California Bay Area startup, gathers data and analytics in U.S. K–12 classrooms to determine patterns in each student's engagement level, use of classroom resources, social habits, attention span, academic performance, and more. Source: Digital Spy Source: Wikipedia Source: Worldwide Learn Source: Forbes Source: Pew Internet Source: NY Times Source: SAP Source: Education Week 2014 openSAP reaches 500,000 enrollments. 2004 SAP launches its first series of e-learning products. 2003 At least 80% of colleges have at least one online course. Source: Forbes 2006 SAP launches virtual live classroom training that provides hands-on learning to each registered students using live SAP systems. 2012 SAP launches “SAP Learning Hub.” Source: SAP 1990 Methodist Ladies’ College in Melbourne, Australia, becomes the first campus to require every student to purchase a laptop. Source: Hack Education Source: SAP Source: SAP 2015 3 years after launching, SAP Learning Hub achieves 330,000 subscribers. Source: SAP Source: SAP Source: SAP Source: StraighterLine Source: Litmos To learn more please visit www.sap/education or reach out to martin.gwisdalla@sap.com.

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