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  • Using Structured XML to Power your Learning Content

    Join us to learn how companies are using Darwin Information Typing Architecture (DITA) as the single source to power their learning content, including leveraging learning objectives to drive personalized learning. Dawn Stevens, President of Comtech Services, and Amber Swope, President of DITA Strategies, are co-chairs of the Learning & Training OASIS subcommittee and will explain how DITA can provide the structured foundation for your learning initiatives.

  • 2018 DCL and DITA Strategies Training & Learning Survey: Infographic

    DCL and DITA Strategies asked you how your organization develops and utilizes its education and training content. Professionals who create and deliver training and educational content for both business and public sector organizations face a number of challenges in today’s content-driven marketplace: lack of resources to maintain content, reduced time to market, and the analytics to measure effectiveness. Here are the results of the Educational and Training Content Trends Survey for 2018, conducted jointly by DCL and DITA Strategies, leading providers of content development, conversion and strategy services.

  • Content Digitization: 0 to 50 in 16 Months

    When your team is part of a global technology company with a sterling reputation for delivering outstanding products and services, and the corporate focus shifts to becoming green, in part through making content mobile, a digitization strategy that scales to a global level is an imperative. In the case of this Fortune 100 technology company, global content management processes accommodated hundreds of new product introductions scheduled for release each year, with each requiring at least six months to create customer-friendly training and documentation. The source content, from internal documents used by trainers and other personnel is created by engineers from around the world.

  • Developers of Learning Content Face Uphill Battles

    In a recent survey of professionals who create and deliver training and educational content, both business and public-sector organizations point to several challenges they face in today’s content-driven marketplace: primarily, a lack of resources to maintain content,reduced time to market, and the analytics to measure effectiveness. Budget reductions can add even more headaches. Only a small percentage feel they have access to the tools that can make big differences in their overall effectiveness.

  • Data Conversion Laboratory (DCL) Digitizes Global Content for Fortune 500 Technology Giant in Record Time

    When the content managers of a global technology company with a sterling reputation for delivering outstanding products and services learned that the corporate focus was shiftingto becoming green, in part through making content mobile, they quickly realized that a digitization strategy that scales to a global level would be an imperative. In the case of a Fortune 500 technology company, global content management processes accommodated hundreds of new product introductions scheduled for release each year, with each requiring at least six months to create customer-friendly training and documentation. The source content, from internal documents used by trainers and other personnel, was created by engineers from around the world.

  • Providers of Learning Content Face Multiple Delivery Challenges

    Fresh Meadows, NY, Dec. 10, 2014 - Professionals who create and deliver training and educational content for both business and public sector organizations face a number of challenges in today’s content-driven marketplace: lack of resources to maintain content, reduced time to market, and the analytics to measure effectiveness. These are the findings of the 2014 Educational and Training Content Trends Survey, conducted jointly by Data Conversion Laboratory (DCL), DITA Strategies and Lasselle-Ramsay, leading providers of content development, conversion and strategy services.