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DCL DITA Article Series Spotlight (Oh, and Some Time Travel)

Posted: Thursday, April 23, 2015

How often have you wished you could go back in time to the beginning of a project and do it all differently, knowing what you know now? A new five-part series of articles on DITA implementation, by Naveh Greenberg, DCL’s US Defense Development Director, highlights a survey of companies that likely would largely agree that some time-hopping would come in very handy.

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DCL DITA Article Series Spotlight (Oh, and Some Time Travel)

Posted: Thursday, April 23, 2015

How often have you wished you could go back in time to the beginning of a project and do it all differently, knowing what you know now? A new five-part series of articles on DITA implementation, by Naveh Greenberg, DCL’s US Defense Development Director, highlights a survey of companies that likely would largely agree that some time-hopping would come in very handy.

How Data Standards Can Make Clinical Trials Less of a Trial

Posted: Thursday, January 15, 2015

In a recent article for Forbes magazine, Raj Indupuri, the CEO of eClinical Solutions, revealed the long, expensive journey a new drug takes from its inception to the pharmacy. Growing amounts of development data and tougher drug regulations, as well as industry mergers, have contributed to a slower approval process. Indupuri highlights specific challenges such as clinical trial data being stored in disconnected formats and lack of repeatable trial processes.

This is where standardized data management comes in – or should.

DCL Webinar Spotlight: eBooks for Education—Using Digital in the K12 Classroom

Posted: Wednesday, July 16, 2014

It’s well-known that eBooks are gaining significant traction in the marketplace, and taking a share on par with if not more than print books. As the platforms for digital content evolve, so too does the content available on those platforms. As with books and magazines, digital textbooks also need to be converted to digital formats for delivery to e-readers, tablets, and other mobile platforms.

Taking Advantage of Falling E-Content Prices

Posted: Tuesday, July 15, 2014

E-Content Prices Will Continue to Fall

Posted: Friday, July 11, 2014

It’s no secret that eBook prices to date have been relatively high compared to print books. The perception among consumers is that an eBook should cost very little or next to nothing because there’s no paper, printing, or shipping involved. According to CNET, however, the pricing of eBooks are subject to a lot of expenses related to the print world: author advances, design, marketing, publicity, office space, and staff.

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