The information landscape has changed drastically in the past decade, and learners’ expectations of how they interact with content have changed along with it. Printed books, e-books, dynamic learning portals, content via mobile app, and interactivity modern learners want it all.  At DITA Strategies, we believe, these changes mean educational publishers must convert their content to a neutral, XML source that supports multi-channel content delivery and that the Darwin Information Typing Architecture (DITA) is the recommended architecture. Read this article to learn how DITA supports learning and training content.