SCORE is a nonprofit resource partner with the U.S. Small Business Administration with 11,000 volunteers and business experts providing small business mentoring and training nationwide. To support their mentor network, SCORE worked with us to develop a library of eLearning onboarding courses.
The International E-Learning Association has selected JPL and Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center as the winner in the Blended Learning Category of the 2014 International E-Learning Awards–Academic Division, for its breast cancer patient education tool.
A National Geographic Education learning game created by d’Vinci Interactive was chosen as “Best in Show” by the Davey Awards, sanctioned and judged by the Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts.
d’Vinci Interactive recently implemented the ecoLearn™ learning management system (LMS) for Mount St. Mary’s Seminary and APL Maritime. d’Vinci technology consultants worked closely with both clients to customize the LMS to meet the organizations’ specific goals while also setting it up to grow and expand as needs change.
Challenge: Robots!, a new National Geographic Education educational game created by d’Vinci Interactive, was named a Parents’ Choice Foundation Silver Award Winner.
Jenica Jones of Martinsburg, WV has joined d’Vinci Interactive as an eLearning Specialist. Ms. Jones brings more than 10 years of experience designing and developing instructor-led and technology based learning applications to d’Vinci.
Captain Christian Volkle, APL Maritime, Ltd.'s manager of regulatory compliance, training and incident response is featured on d'Vinci's video blog.
d’Vinci Interactive announced today that it has been awarded a new GSA Professional Services Schedule contract that combines its GSA Advertising & Integrated Marketing Solutions (AIMS) - Schedule 541 and its Mission Oriented Business Integrated Services (MOBIS) – Schedule 874.
Rachel Coss has joined the d’Vinci team as an eLearning developer.
As part of its commitment to the community and preservation of the oceans in which they work, shipping leader APL Maritime, Ltd. recently partnered with d’Vinci Interactive and four Maryland high school science students to create a short, online educational game.