From member education demands to TV series based CLE (we’re only half kidding), there are a lot of interesting reads out there for the continuing education professional.

  • InReach Partners with proSHARE to Create Additional Revenue Stream for Association Customers
    InReach today announces a partnership with proSHARE, a joint project of the Ohio State Bar Association’s (OSBA) for-profit subsidiary and gainSHARE. This partnership, designed to leverage the dramatic expansion in digital advertising for the benefit of associations, provides InReach customers with a new channel for creating non-dues revenue that can be used to fund existing or new programs.
  • Report: 90% of Associations Use Technology to Enhance Learning, Associations Now
    Associations that implement a strategic approach to incorporating technology into learning report more revenue gains, according to a new report from Tagoras.
  • Survey Finds Demand Increasing for Online CME and Virtual Courses,
    According to the 2013 Joint Survey of Healthcare Professionals Continuing Education Preferences, 97 percent of the clinicians surveyed will increase (41 percent) or maintain (56 percent) their use of traditional online CME, including webcasts, video, and cases.
  • Want to Learn Criminal Law and Procedure? Watch “The Wire”, WSJ Blog
    Wall Street Journal Law Blog Duke University, Middlebury College, University of California-Berkeley, Harvard University and Boston University have sewn the “The Wire” into their curricula.
  • Will Binge Learning Become the New Binge Watching?, Associations Now
    Imagine if associations could be this “personal tutor” to their members through their online-learning module. It would be a win-win for all involved.
  • The New Business Model: Embrace Online, Branch Out, CNBC

At the heart of these changes is the way in which new digital technologies are dissolving industry boundaries. That’s bad news for some, but for many others there’s the prospect of higher growth rates than if they stay within their traditional sector.