Welcome to the third, Spring 2014 issue of eContent Quarterly. Since launching the journal at 2013 ALA in Chicago, we’ve covered an array of topics from every corner of the industry, including sweeping overviews of the vastness of the e-content landscape; case studies pointing to how e-content continues to revolutionize research in academic and school settings; and various product reviews, with insight from those who create them and feedback from those who use and purchase them. To our own surprise, we’ve also been able to structure each issue around a central theme. Issue 1, thus, focused on the importance of partnerships and Issue 2 placed the user experience at the center of e-content design.
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