Articles Tagged ‘printed course books’

Is Your Continuing Education Program Ready for Generation Z?

Published by Tracy Grzybowski

Generation Z? What Happened to the Millennials? Those game-changing Gen Y youth who have been the subject of so much research and speculation have now hit the ripe old age

Training & Development Talk: Why You Should Resolve to Rebrand in 2016

Published by Dan Loomis

 

Now that we’re nearly one month into 2016, many New Year’s resolutions may have already been broken. Maybe your gym membership has already lapsed, or you’re behind on your

2016 State of the Continuing Education Industry [Infographic]

Published by Gina Wentling

Have you read our 2016 State of the Continuing Education Industry yet? If you haven’t had a chance yet, this infographic will give you a good summary of the results.

The State of Continuing Education Content: Results of the 2016 Survey of CE Professionals

Published by Tracy Grzybowski

The outlook for the continuing education (CE) and training market is extremely strong, with both spending and demand expected to increase fairly consistently over the next several years, causing many

Best of 2015: Printed Training Materials

Published by Gina Wentling

Editor’s Note: This month, we’ll revisit some of our favorite posts from 2015. Enjoy!

New Research Favors Printed Training Materials

We have determined, over the course of our nearly 40

No Crystal Ball? Then Try Print on Demand!

Published by Gina Wentling

Do you ever wonder how meteorologists get away with being wrong so often? Their weather predictions are usually in the ballpark, but sometimes … well, sometimes it’s a very big

How to Manage Content Updates with Print on Demand

Published by Gina Wentling

Your association’s industry is in a continuous state of development and progress. That’s great for professionals in the field—members of your association—because that means the field is constantly evolving. Engaged