How to Choose a Learning Management System That Works for You

June 16, 2020

eLearning, technology solutions, Instructional Design, choosing the right vendor, pathwise solutions projects, Learning Management Systems, how to choose an LMS

If you’re developing online training or planning to deliver your courses or workshops online, then you need a way for your learners to access those courses. This is where a Learning Management System (LMS) comes in – it's how and where you deliver your content. But how do you choose the best LMS for your needs, especially as they can be costly? What does your LMS need to do? Read on to... Read More...

Tips for Overcoming “Zoom Fatigue” & Coping with Online Meetings

June 8, 2020

technology solutions, adapting to change, working from home, remote work, project management tools, using Zoom, online collaboration tools, tips for working from home

There have been lots of articles recently about the exhaustion many of us are experiencing from having to be in back to back online meetings and why using video conferencing tools like Zoom or Google Meet can be extremely tiring. They don’t have to be, though. Here are some ways to manage that fatigue and get the most out of your online meetings, based on our experience as a fully... Read More...

Project Spotlight: Autism Awareness Training for First Responders

June 1, 2020

eLearning, technology solutions, Instructional Design, benefits of training, mental health support, Canucks Autism Network, autism awareness training, training for first responders, pathwise solutions projects

Did you know that 1 in 66 children have autism? Or that individuals with autism are 7 times more likely to interact with First Responders than other members of the general public? First Responders aren’t commonly trained to know the specific needs of those with autism, however, so Canucks Autism Network (CAN) wanted to create training to help. PathWise Solutions was proud to be part of... Read More...

Securing Confidential Data While Working From Home

May 27, 2020

technology solutions, helping employees, working from home, remote work, tips for working from home, working with confidential data, data security, privacy and security

Whether you’re in the office or working from home, you need to be careful about information privacy and data security and follow basic computer security protocol. It starts with developing good habits, so we’ve put together some tips on how to make sure you can work securely and safely with confidential data.  Paying Attention to Data Security  With many of us now working from home, it... Read More...

How We Help Clients Visualize Projects

April 6, 2020

technology, Training, eLearning, technology solutions, Instructional Design, using whiteboarding tools, online collaboration tools, prototyping, wireframing, discovery sessions, action mapping

When you’re working with a vendor to get your web or elearning project built, it can be hard to picture just what the end product may look like, even if you’ve worked very closely with that vendor from the very start. While storyboards, scripts, and documentation all help, we find that working in real time with clients and providing visual examples is a big part of ensuring a successful... Read More...

Top 5 Essential Tools for Remote Work

March 26, 2020

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Everyone is scrambling to get set up to work from home. There are some essential tools that can help you make this process easier. We’ve broken down the top 5 tools and apps we think you might need, including what we use at our 100% remote company, as well as alternatives and some bonus tools. The Top Five Tool Types Read More...

Developing a Culture of Learning in Your Organization

March 10, 2020

eLearning, technology solutions, change management, adapting to change, culture of learning, learning organizations

“An organization's ability to learn, and to quickly transform that learning into action, is the ultimate competitive advantage in the marketplace.” - Jack Welch, General Electric   Staff turnover, changes in technology, new policies… there are many things that can lead to knowledge gaps in an organization. How your organization adapts to fill those gaps, or doesn’t, can have enormous... Read More...

Why Being Technology Agnostic Works

February 18, 2020

technology, web development, eLearning, technology solutions

Being technology agnostic means that instead of adopting the “latest” tech, you choose the best technology for your unique context, goals, and people.    Read More...

Get a Vendor to Convert Your Adobe Flash Before December 2020

February 6, 2020

how to convert Flash to HTML5, technology solutions, Adobe Flash Player, Flash end of life, choosing the right vendor, Flash to HTML5 conversion spreadsheet

If you’re converting your assets from Flash Player to HTML5, you may be thinking of hiring someone to help. How do you know which vendor to choose? We share some tips on what to look for and how to choose the right fit for your needs, including the advantages and disadvantages of hiring a vendor and how to build a successful, trusting partnership with a vendor during this process.  The... Read More...

Adobe Flash is Ending in 2020

January 17, 2020

technology solutions, change management, Adobe Flash Player, Flash end of life, Flash to HTML5, Flash 2020

While browsing online in the last few years, you may have seen pop-ups that say “Flash will no longer be supported after December 2020” or “Click to enable Flash Player.” Your IT Manager may also have sent out a notice announcing that Adobe Flash will no longer be supported after 2020. But what does this mean in terms of how it’ll impact you? We take a look at the what and the why of... Read More...