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.
Each company will be looking for slightly different benefits from eLearning, but it is possible to see if goals are being met.
When companies have inadequate IT preparation, they may be making themselves hugely vulnerable to technological risk.
The STM journal industry is unafraid of change, which is good - evolution is necessary for survival.
The mobile learning market is expanding, beginning with consumer products and spreading to corporate users.
ELearning is enjoying its second major exposure. With tech and tactical upgrades since 1999, it is sure to gain a better foothold.