Challenge Growing Demand For Online Learning Originally established in 1977 to provide educational travel experiences, Blyth Academy is now one of the leading private schools in Canada and teaches over...
Challenge Tackling A Growing Mental Health Crisis Childhood and adolescence are crucial stages in the development of a person’s mental wellbeing. Unfortunately, according to the World Health Organization, 10% of...
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To help students and teachers maximize the benefits of online learning, Michigan Virtual set out to improve performance tracking and give teachers more powerful assessment tools. With granular insights into performance metrics, Michigan Virtual is better able to adapt its courses as the needs of its learners evolve and tailor support to every student.
Learning doesn’t end at graduation, and businesses understand that continuous learning is crucial for success. At Energy Safety Canada (ESC), ongoing learning contributes to something even more important than organizational success—the safety of the energy workers it serves and supports.
Sinclair Community College identified a significant attainment gap between online and in-person learners. To provide better support for online courses, the college developed Coaching to Complete, an innovative coaching program powered by D2L Brightspace. As a direct result, the college has helped thousands of students improve their grades and increase motivation.
As technology makes the world smaller and more connected, workplaces have become more diverse, and the emphasis on allyship and inclusion is more critical than ever. While many acknowledge the importance of these skills and their application in the workplace, professional development initiatives to build these skills are often underused. To tackle this gap and become more inclusive within their own department, the customer success team at D2L used the D2L Wave platform to make professional development a team-building initiative.
Children and young adults are facing an unprecedented mental health crisis. Each year, more young people are reaching out to mental health crisis support lines. To encourage students to reflect on their mental wellbeing and seek support when they need it, The Robb Nash Project created a safe, virtual space where they can explore complex topics with compassion, understanding, and professional support.
When the COVID pandemic swept across Canada, the University of Waterloo leveraged its D2L and Bongo solutions to help maintain high-quality teaching despite regional lockdowns. As pandemic restrictions eased and students returned to the campus, the organization decided to build on the success of remote learning by supporting a variety of blended learning approaches.