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Opportunities for learning in the workplace have never been greater nor more accessible than they are today. The rapid development of virtual, mobile, on-demand, open, and customizable training solutions has revolutionized not only our traditional educational system, but also quickly advanced to its more utilitarian business counterpart—the corporate university. While organizations have eagerly appropriated innovative offerings like MOOCs, they are also beginning to see challenges arise in tandem with the opportunities these new educational methods and tools present.
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