Archive for the ‘ Digital Publishing ’ Category

The Convergence of eLearning and ePublishing

As content consumption on devices is all set to compete head-on with print, publishing industry is changing fast to adapt to this new ecosystem. Most of the leading book publishers now publish their books in some or other electronic formats. eBooks are at the forefront of this stride and efforts are being made to take […]

Mobile Learning – What’s on the Horizon? – Updates from mLearnCon 2012 Conference

I along with my colleague (Dilip Rewtani) attended the mLearnCon 2012 – the Mobile Learning Conference and Expo held at San Jose, CA, from June 19-21, 2012. Harbinger was a Sponsor, Exhibitor and Speaker at this event. It was nice to see Harbinger’s large booth – well-placed, nicely arranged with standees, showcasing an ‘Edumercial’ on […]

Is ePub Ready for Learning Management Systems

Some of the frequently asked (or thought if not asked) question in an author’s mind in eLearning industry are: How do I publish my contents to reach my students more effectively? Can I make my contents more interactive using recent advancements of technologies? How can I enhance the experience of learners for my contents? Though […]

Trends in Digital Publishing and mLearning: My observations from ASTD 2012

Recently, I attended ASTD 2012 – International Conference and Exposition, at Denver, CO. Along with my colleagues from USA, we hosted Raptivity booth for Harbinger Group. It was a busy booth. There were a number of interesting enquiries and visits from existing customers to lift our spirits even higher than the mile high city that […]

Digital Content Management – Opportunity and Concerns of Publishers

Recently, I had an opportunity to meet many publishers during my visit to the US. During these meetings it became very clear to me that almost every publisher is trying to build a strategy around digital content management and delivery. With the global acceptance, popularity and reach of devices like Kindle, iPad, Nook and other […]