At Elearning Innovation, we are proud of our connection to SNHU. We think our longstanding relationship results from striving to customize our service to their process and our desire to work together to truly meet their requirements.

(Train the Trainer) Competencies

eLearning Innovation, in conjunction with the Academic Consortium for Global Education, Advanced E-Learning Solutions (aelearn), and Doublejump Interactive, created a series of scenario-based lessons.


As the elearning partner of Core Axis, eLearning Innovation developed a multimedia training series, which reflected not only PHD’s branding, but their energy and creativity as well.


OMG was in the process of developing a series of onboarding training when they realized their team did not have enough bandwidth to finalize the program. Via CoreAxis, they reached out to eLearning Innovation to help fill in the gaps.

Hitchiner Manufacturing
Finance Training

Hitchiner Manufacturing approached eLearning Innovation to develop a self-paced, online training module that would provide a comprehensive overview of finance and accounting

Texas Middle School Curriculum

Jobs for the Future (JFF) works with struggling and low-income populations to improve the likelihood of graduation and prepare students for success in postsecondary education.

School Turn-around Initiatives

Jobs for the Future (JFF) needed to develop a series of print-based toolkits and related webinars for the U.S. Department of Education to support high school teachers in underperforming schools.


eLearning Innovation recommended a rapid development tool and established the overall look and feel for the new courses. Working closely with Northeastern’s internal instructional design team, we provided instructional design support, project management and Storyline development.

FIELDING Graduate University

eLearning Innovation worked alongside faculty and administration to define course competencies and build a flexible model for course development that captured the best online learning strategies for their teaching styles.


Funded by a Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation/EDUCAUSE grant, College for America was conceived to offer an affordable, accessible Associate of Arts degree that allows students to advance by demonstrating what they know.


Legacy reached out to eLearning Innovation to develop a website and mobile-friendly content based on their printed toolkit.