We create eLearning courses for not-for-profits, companies, organizations, and government departments. We use a variety of eLearning authoring tools. Let us help you consider the best approach for your content!

Many client projects can’t be shared since they are proprietary, internal, or private. The following are samples of some of the projects created by conex design that we can share by permission.

eLearning Course Samples

SAFE Women: Safety and Financial Empowerment for Women (excerpt)

This course was created for Families Canada. The purpose of the course is to help financial literacy educators understand and apply trauma- and violence-informed approaches (TVIA) when supporting women. Case studies with custom illustrations were created with the help of a working group. A pre- and post-test survey measured the learners’ understanding before they take the course with what they gained after taking it. The course was translated into French as well.

The course was created in 2023 using Articulate Storyline.

Empowering Women and Communities Through Financial Literacy (excerpt)

This course was created for Families Canada, who deliver education, training, and tools that empower their network of organizations to reach families from all backgrounds. The sample provided here includes only the first two modules plus the summary.

The course was created in 2020 using Articulate Storyline.

On the Trails

This interactive educational project was created with the Lanark County Municipal Trails Corporation. It’s a simple and fun way to learn more about a couple Lanark County trails and attractions. You can virtually explore the trails, discover historical and current points and attractions, get tips on meeting other trail users, and find healthy ways to get moving along the trail.

The course was created in 2017 using dominKnow Claro.

Project FeederWatch (excerpt)

Project FeederWatch is a training tool created for the Project FeederWatch citizen science program offered by Bird Studies Canada. Anyone can volunteer to participate in the annual winter-long survey of birds visiting feeders. Participants observe, identify, and record the birds that visit their feeders, and then submit their data to Project FeederWatch.

This interactive training tool was designed as a resource for teachers and students participating in Project FeederWatch. The course outlines how to participate in the project and submit observations to the Project FeederWatch database. Participants gain an overview of the common feeder birds found in Canadian regions. They can check their skills with a short review challenge.

The full course is available through Bird Studies Canada for selected audiences. For more information, see Bird Studies Canada or Project FeederWatch. This course was created in 2015 using Claro, by dominKnow Learning Systems.

Getting Started: The Volunteers’ Guide for Therapeutic Riding (updated with a new module on Fundamental Movement Skills)

Therapeutic Riding is a unique and holistic approach to therapy, rehabilitation and recreation. The Lanark County Therapeutic Riding Program provides a safe environment to introduce children and adults to the benefits and joys of the healing powers of the horse.

Volunteers are an important part of the program.

This short course provides Lanark County Therapeutic Riding Program volunteers with content that supports the Volunteer Handbook. Volunteers use review exercises to practice what they learn. This course was created in 2014 using Claro, by dominKnow Learning Systems.