Extension Engine, a leading provider of custom learning experiences, and Youth Entrepreneurs (YE), a non-profit organization that provides hands-on curriculum and support for high school and middle school educators to teach students entrepreneurial concepts, announced plans to redesign and scale its already successful YE Academy, to reach even more educators and students through online learning and YE community support.Read More
Since 1742 Moravian College has had a history of providing access to underserved students. It was the first school to educate women and the first to educate Native Americans in their own language. As times have changed, so has the college. A men’s college (a seminary) was added in 1807, and in the 1950s the two colleges merged to become coeducational. Then, as the new millennium progressed (and in keeping with its mission of access), Moravian College faced the need to transition into the digital age.Read More
You have something you need others to learn. Perhaps it’s professional growth, a new online course, or training for a new product. The task at hand is to create an online learning program that will not only explain the intended learning objectives but, hopefully, deliver that information in a way that will result in actual learning. If your teachable stuff sticks its landing, then you’ve maximized your ROI.Read More
There is an evergreen debate in higher education about outsourcing: Which services and capabilities are appropriate to trust to a third party, and which are not?Read More
Extension Engine, a leading provider of Custom Learning Experiences, announced it was selected by Moravian College to help the private, liberal arts school create and launch its first graduate business online learning program, a Master of Science in Predictive Analytics (MSPA), and establish a foundation for further innovation and additional degree programs.
CAMBRIDGE, MASS. MAY 17, 2019
Extension Engine, a leading provider of custom learning experiences is pleased to be chosen to support Advancing Pretrial Policy and Research (APPR).Read More
Changing a name isn’t easy. A name is a vitally important indicator; it captures the essence of a person, company, or service line and communicates it properly. At Extension Engine we changed the name of our service from ‘instructional design’ (ID) to ‘learning experience (LX) design’ because it better captures the full range of what we do.Read More