A portfolio is a collection of projects that tell a story…a story of knowing and doing. For Yukon Learning, it gives us a chance to reflect on and learn from our accomplishments. By looking at our past project successes, we can continue to grow and get even better. For you, hopefully, it provides a view to how we value learning and transfer that value into our end product.
Shown below are a few samples from our talented development team. We’d love the opportunity to show you more of our past successes and detail the background of each story. The very best way to do this is with an online demonstration…contact us now to schedule a demo.
Yukon Gives Back: Assisting Families of Inmates (AFOI)
Yukon Learning believes in giving back to our community. Each year, we come together as a team and offer our services: whether that help with fundraising, competing for the Special Olympics, or in this case, developing an online course for local charities. Virginia’s AFOI organization provides visitation services for families of incarcerated loved ones. When we asked how we could help, they answered with a resounding need for an online tutorial to guide families through the Department of Corrections application process. We are so proud to have partnered with AFOI and love the way the course turned out.
Yukon Gives Back: Boys and Girls Club
Our second “Yukon Gives Back” outreach program had us partnering with the Boys and Girls Club of Metro Richmond. The Boys and Girls Club supports and develops young people in the community, especially those from disadvantaged circumstances, with an educational and welcoming community space. Our contribution to their mission was to create a training video that educates the community about what the club has to offer, taking a “tour” through the club to show off its capabilities and offerings.
Yukon Gives Back: Cameron K. Gallagher Foundation
Our third “Yukon Gives Back” outreach program brought us into partnership with the Cameron K. Gallagher Foundation who works with the community to cultivate awareness and understanding of teenage depression and anxiety. Our contribution to their mission was to create a course that educates on mental wellness, and acts as a lasting resource for those in the community.
VDSS: e-Learning Conversion Project
One of the things we love here at Yukon Learning is the diversity of our customers. We work with all types of industries, large and small, from across the globe. One of these customers, Virginia Department of Social Services (VDSS), is a state government entity whose mission is to shape strong futures for people overcoming poverty, abuse, and neglect. For this project, we were tasked with converting existing outdated courseware into a more interactive and engaging curriculum, all while maintaining Section 508 compliance. To do this, we collaborated extensively with VDSS and leveraged the power of Articulate Storyline to develop a fully-immersive learning experience.
Click play below to hear what VDSS Project Lead, Jonathan Mosher, has to say about working with Yukon Learning during this project.
The Workers’ Compensation Insurance Rating Bureau of California (WCIRB) is California’s trusted provider of workers’ compensation information and delivers educational services to the insurance community through CompEssentials®, their online training program. In addition to creating courses for CompEssentials®, we collaborated with the WCIRB to produce an introductory promotional video about the program itself. We enjoyed utilizing Storyline’s features to build a unique video, showcasing that the tool can be used for much more than just e-Learning.
ASOS: e-Learning Employee Orientation Project
ASOS is a global online fashion marketplace headquartered in the UK who needed help creating a new hire orientation for its employees. We were tasked to design an engaging experience that was also playful and young like their employees. In this project, we leveraged the powerful branching capabilities of Articulate Storyline to allow learners to “chart their own path” through the learning.
The eLearning Guild Academy: What to Expect
The eLearning Guild is one of those partners who we love to work with! They turn us loose and see what we can come up with. In this case, after launching The eLearning Guild Academy (which provides professional development opportunities for anyone involved in providing e-Learning solutions), they asked us to come up with something to help learners know what to expect when enrolling in and taking an Academy course. We leveraged the power of motion pathing and combined it with a driving script to pull together a short and sweet demo.
deepSEE Consulting: Diversity and Inclusion Training Conversion to e-Learning
deepSEE Consulting helps its customers change their mindset and built their skillset with regards to diversity and inclusion in the workplace. For this project, we collaborated with deepSEE experts to convert their world-class diversity and inclusion training series into an e-Learning platform. We loved playing off their vivid branding, and providing scenario-based examples in order for learners to apply what they learned along the way.
The University of Georgia: Smartphone SNAP Education
As soon as we talked to the wonderful team at The University of Georgia’s SNAP-Ed program, we were hooked and wanted to help. SNAP-Ed’s Food eTalk program provides Georgians with free ideas on keeping their families healthy by making nutritious food choices on a budget. The team at UGA had completed intensive studies into their audience and knew just how they wanted and needed to deliver the content…all online via smartphone. In this project, we leveraged a clean, sleek mobile design customized for use on smartphones in six interactive, online lessons all capped off with a fun game to reinforce the learning.
Pitsco Education: Online STEM Education Training
Middle school students across the world benefit every day from Pitsco Education’s cloud-based STEM Expeditions that promote science inquiry, math practices, and engineering design principles by incorporating Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) concepts into real-world, relevant activities. We, at Yukon Learning, are thrilled to be a part of this student-focused learning creation! We partner with Pitsco Education to design and develop e-Learning resources that provide real-world challenges to engage learners with the subject matter. In this sample, you’ll see a collection of the designs created for various STEM Expeditions.
Demo: e-Learning Simulation Capabilities
The effectiveness of simulations and scenario-based learning is in its design…it is the ultimate “learn by doing” method. It provides learners with an opportunity to apply their knowledge in a realistic and safe environment, providing guidance and coaching along the way. We developed this short sample to illustrate some of the options (animated characters, photographic characters, video, or combinations thereof) we have when developing simulations and scenario-based learning.
Demo: e-Learning Scenario Capabilities
The demand for scenario based-learning is growing rapidly among our customers. This is part of the trend of using e-Learning more for skill training and not just knowledge transfer. In this case, our customer wanted us to make their learners a “fly on the wall” in various scenarios and then see how they respond to questions about what just occurred. For this sample, we’ve swapped out the characters and customer-specific information to provide you with a hands-on look at how to effectively use static characters in scenario-based learning.
Demo: e-Learning Gaming Capabilities
With the release of Articulate Storyline, came many opportunities for Yukon Learning to offer our customers engaging learning options in a mobile format. This fun take on the classic “tic-tac-toe” game enabled us to revamp an existing game we developed for a customer. For this example, we’ve swapped out the people and questions to gauge your knowledge of Articulate 360 tool. See if you can get 3 in a row to win!