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  • Bye Bye, Binders: Training Content Goes Digital

    This webinar will highlight the benefits of digitizing the staff training process and how best to incorporate managed technology into your agency’s day-to-day operations.

  • New DCL and DITA Strategies Survey Finds Increased Demand for Training Content – and Increased Challenges

    Fresh Meadows, NY – January 31, 2018 – A survey created by DCL and DITA Strategies polled training and learning professionals and the results show that while the demand for training content is rising, the pace of updating the format for that content in order to best drive business is lagging behind.

    DCL is a smart content services provider with extraordinary depth of experience in making the most of content across industries and DITA Strategies is an information architecture development company; together they are uniquely qualified to not only field a survey of this kind, but to also offer solutions to the challenges highlighted in it. The 20-question survey revealed business-driving insights across a wide swath of topics, including the pain points of creating training content, the delivery methods and formats of the training, and much more.

  • 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.

  • Automate to Stay Up-to-Date: 5 Ways to Maintain Your Training Content

    Attend this webinar as we discuss the challenges in keeping your training content up to date and provide strategies to make it easier to keep content current.

  • Content Development: Measuring the Trends

    Attend this webinar as DCL & Comtech Services review the results of the 2016 Industry Trends survey. Learn innovative approaches to development/delivery and more.

  • Your Training Program Doesn’t Have to Be Locked in a Paper Prison

    I asked a colleague’s daughter who was interning with us last summer what she thought of when I said the words, “training materials.” Her answer didn’t surprise me. In conjuring up her vision of training materials, she used words and phrases such as “thick binders,” “stacks of paper,” and “boring.” You know what? She’s not wrong. Believe me, even in this age of free-flowing, easily accessible information from just about anywhere that is consumed on innumerable devices and platforms, important documents, curricula, and materials are still stuck in paper.

  • 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.

  • 2014 Educational and Training Content Trends Survey: Infographic

    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.