Some good comments mirrored at Internet Time summarizing where the training industry has gone off the rails in recent years, and where to look for salvation. A big part of it is the business model: "The prevailing business model for technology-based training companies has been a multi-year license for a large courseware library. This decades old approach worked because it met the needs of the buyer, not the learner, and it made the vendors a lot of money." As the author comments, "If this model ever worked, it no longer does." Adter a few words of searing criticism about the quality of current offerings, he tells the interested what to look for: meaningful job aids, knowledge bases, external content, two-way communication and exchanges, and personalized and current treatments. Hm. Think the 40 hour course on WebCT fits the bill?