From the Good News Department: How Technology Helped You Learn

Good Magazine is asking readers to share stories about how design and technology helped you (or someone you love) learn. There are some interesting responses from students who detail how computer games, online resources, ebooks, and even TV helped them navigate educational/social challenges:

  • In 3rd grade, one girl used a computer game to learn spelling and grammar in Spanish
  • eBooks reinvigorated and recharged a young student to become more engaged with her schoolwork
  • Learning how to type via an online tool, inspired a young girl to write stories

Everyday we help publishers and media-centric organizations with their eLearning programs. We see first hand that it's not only about getting content online but also structuring it and developing it in such a way that it supports your complete pedagogical package.

Cenveo's eLearning team provides curriculum-aligned rich media content content for eLearning portfolios. Our digital services span the content development lifecycle and provide quality content that is architected for your needs and packaged in a way that educational publishers achieve their objective---helping people learn.

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Marianne Calilhanna

Marianne is director of marketing for Cenveo Publisher Services. She started her career in editorial and production, working on STM primary and review journals. During her 28+ year career she's worked as a book editor, SGML (remember that?!) editor, and managing editor in addition to marketing-related positions. Technology, production, and people---these are just a few of her favorite things.