In the News
Yukon Learning is pleased to announce that the Articulate Storyline® training program it started in late 2011 is off to a great start. Training attendees rave about the program and its robust user support. An Articulate strategic training partner and Storyline beta tester, Yukon Learning worked closely with Articulate to create this innovative training.
Yukon Learning is proud to announce the launch of its new Extreme Course Makeover Blog. This new blog is a natural extension of Yukon Learning’s commitment to making e-Learning easy for everyone, as well as an invitation to learners for questions about building effective e-Learning within the Articulate® Studio and Articulate® Storyline products.
March 6, 2012 Yukon Learning™ Moves Its Corporate Headquarters
Yukon Learning is happy to announce that we have completed the move into our new corporate headquarters at 10900 Nuckols Road in Glen Allen, VA. The new office is just down the road from our old location, in the heart of the Innsbrook business complex.
Yukon Learning announces the launch of Rapid Course™, an innovative e-Learning service where e-Learning developers can shop an online library of courses and when ready, "Buy the Course and Get the Source™."
Sept 22, 2011 Local Community: Yukon Sponsors "Massey on the River"
Yukon was proud to be a sponsor at "Massey on the River" on Saturday, September 24, 2011 at Rock Bottom Island to help support VCU's Massey Cancer Center. This event helps support Massey's mission of saving lives through innovative research and compassionate care. For more information, please visit VCU's Massey Cancer Center.
The Yukon Group, Inc., a leader in innovative learning, won a coveted Brandon Hall gold award for excellence in the Best Innovation in Learning Technology category. Yukon received the award on November 4th for its learning reinforcement product, Cameo®. The winners are listed at the Brandon Hall website.
While traditional classroom instruction is still a much-needed service, "learning professionals are turning to technology to help streamline operations and deliver learning at less cost and with greater reach," the report said.
Richmond, Va.-based Yukon Learning’s™ new software product, Cameo®, received national recognition as a finalist in the "Most Innovative Software Idea" category of the SoftwareCEO/CompTIA Software Innovation Awards for 2009. These awards recognize innovative software products and new business models in eight different categories within companies throughout the United States.