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Weejee Learning Launches Qwick Custom

by Ian Huckabee on October 21, 2014

Custom E-Learning Solutions Created in Less Than Half the Normal Time

Qwick Custom E-learningDurham, North Carolina – Oct. 21, 2014 – Weejee Learning, a global provider of fun, interactive enterprise-wide custom learning solutions, is launching its newest offering, Qwick Custom – a selection of highly adaptable pre-designed themes that can be easily tailored with an organization’s own content and branding to streamline the creation of custom e-learning courses. The results are a high-end, highly interactive courses developed in a fraction of the time it takes to produce traditional fully customized courses from scratch.

“Qwick Custom themes are complete courses – they’re not templates,” says Tracy Bissette, Weejee’s co-founder and CLO. “Each theme is customized by our teams to create high-quality, interactive learning experiences quickly and affordably. We’re so excited to introduce Qwick Custom, as it allows us to expand the accessibility of custom e-learning tools and make fun, sophisticated, interactive learning solutions available to a broader audience.”

The Qwick Custom process is straightforward yet comprehensive. Each Qwick Custom project carried out with the assistance of a Weejee content coach who guides the customer throughout the process. Customers assemble their content with Weejee’s guidance; they browse and select course designs based on the content, the organization’s culture and on other considerations; and Weejee’s award-winning instructional designers convert the content provided into a fresh and engaging custom e-learning course.

Weejee will debut Qwick Custom later this month at DevLearn, North America’s most leading conference on learning and training technologies. The conference will be held on Oct. 29 to 31 in Las Vegas.

Weejee was founded in 2010 and helps organizations around the world realize the proven effectiveness of incorporating fun and engagement into learning and e-learning initiatives. Weejee has leveraged this approach for national and global corporations, non-governmental organizations, associations and other nonprofits. Its award-winning thought leadership and technical innovation services include custom digital solutions, curriculum and learning needs analyses, program design, social learning strategy and instructional design and development.


Weejee Learning Co-Founders to Present at DevLearn 2014

by Ian Huckabee on October 7, 2014

Weejee to Lead Guild Academy Pre-conference Blended Course on Project Management and Concurrent Session on xAPI Design Ideas

Fun E-learningDurham, North Carolina – Oct. 9, 2014 – Weejee Learning, a global provider of fun, interactive enterprise-wide custom learning solutions, will serve as premium level sponsor at the upcoming DevLearn Conference and Expo 2014 where the company’s founders will be leading presentations on two different topics. Weejee Learning will also be sponsoring DevLearn’s eLearning DemoFest – an event where conference participants showcase their latest innovations.

DevLearn is one of North America’s leading technology events focused on learning technologies. It offers more than 125 concurrent sessions covering critical topics to assist attendees in developing new skills and expertise in the management, design and development of technology-based learning. The conference takes place in Las Vegas from Oct. 29 to 31,

Weejee Co-founder and CEO Ian Huckabee will be speaking at the conference. His session, “Seven Surprising Ways the xAPI Can Improve eLearning Design,” will demonstrate novel ways in which the Experience API can be used to overcome some of the most common learning challenges that organizations face. He will co-present with Saltbox president and CEO John Delano.

Tracy Bissette, co-founder and president of Weejee, will be leading a Guild Academy Pre-conference Blended Course entitled “Project Leadership for Instructional Designers” – a blended learning offering combining live online training beginning in October and culminating with a two-day in-person workshop at DevLearn. The five-part course helps participants cultivate and refine project management skills in the development of instructional design solutions.

Additionally, for the second consecutive year, Weejee Learning is sponsoring DevLearn’s eLearning DemoFest. This event provides conference participants with a forum to unveil their latest e-leaning innovations and share information about the tools, technologies and processes used to build them. Attendees vote in a peer review process on their favorite solution in each category, and Weejee presents the Weejee Award for innovation and engagement. The event will be held Thursday, Oct. 30 from 4 to 6 p.m. The winning entries will be recognized during the general session the following morning and will be featured in a DemoFest highlight webinar to go live following the close of the conference.

“We’re thrilled to be sponsoring DemoFest again this year. So much time, energy and innovation goes into development of e-learning solutions, and DemoFest is such a fun, interactive way for organizations to demonstrate new ideas in learning,” said Huckabee. “Tracy and I are also honored to be presenting at the conference. To be able to share insights and get feedback from peers is always such an incredibly rewarding experience.”

Weejee, which was founded in 2010 and is headquartered in Durham, North Carolina, works with enterprises nationally and globally, providing custom digital solutions, curriculum and learning needs analyses, program design, social learning strategy, and instructional design and development. To learn more, visit


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