Companies need IT skills of all kinds to compete, and training may be needed to get employees up to par.
Attitudes toward digital publishing methods and the related release strategies are shifting in the STM journal field.
ELearning content can only get its message across if the solutions are delivered in a compelling form.
It's a turbulent time for scientific publishing. Good academic presses need to know what they are up against and understand the technologies that can help them excel.
New cloud developments demonstrate the importance of training employees in new software.
In the eLearning era, it's important to embrace productive training strategies such as experiential learning.
The health and human services field could benefit from the introduction of some of the digital breakthroughs already present in scientific, technical and medical journals.
In the age of ubiquitous IT, wildly ambitious integrated training strategies could teach tech employees what they need to know.
As academic publishing evolves, evaluation of research is also changing and becoming more sophisticated.
Interestingly for academic publishers, mainstream tastes are beginning to lean toward detailed information consumption.