So many of our Districts or Divisions first come to us because they are dissatisfied with their public website
With new technology, you don’t have to be a tech wizard to enjoy the benefits of online teaching methods.
There has been a lot of talk about Web Accessibility lately – perhaps you have even heard about the WCAG 2.0 Technical requirements?
Shannon Hagen is a Media Educator at Campbell River School District. Her presentation at the BC ERAC (British Columbia Educational Resource Acquisition Consortium) Digital Learning Conference, focused on her first-hand experience using Scholantis student portfolios.
When we deliver public websites and internal portals, it’s often the tools filling the most critical needs that see the highest adoption rates.
Mobile friendly sites are now a necessity. As many of you probably predicted, increased mobile internet usage has given us few options when it comes to making our sites mobile ready.
Student portfolios are becoming increasingly popular as a way to archive work, communicate with parents and help monitor student progress.
We’ve previously discussed how Scholantis works with school districts who already have an existing and well defined brand.
Staying on the Right Side of Canada’s Spam LawDo you have an email account? If the answer is yes, it is likely you have been sent spam.
Do you have an email account? If the answer is yes, it is likely you have been sent spam.
At Scholantis we approach branding and brand identity from one of two possible directions: either we take the School District through our Brand Ideation Process