Not long ago, many thought leaders in education knew that to remain relevant, organizations required an online course catalog that tracked and marked the completion of program offerings as part of their curriculum. Today, this type of functionality represents less than 10 percent of what many e-learning platforms provide. However, the diversification of educational delivery continues to rapidly change, influenced in part by technology, yet driven by the professional learners whom we serve. E-learning is one of the more disruptive innovation drivers in all of the education industry, revolutionizing the way we look at knowledge and skill acquisition. One does not have to go far to experience elements of these technology drivers. Just access and use massive open online courses (MOOCS) in the world of corporate training and you will find an inventory of educational resources. Many organizations (including...

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