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An Ode to 2018: Our Year in Review
If there’s one thing we can say about 2018, it’s that it’s been very eventful, in the best way possible. Over the past 12 months, Enable has experienced many areas of growth. As this year draws to a close, we’d like to share some highlights. Perhaps the biggest change here has been our location! After Continue...

If the recent closure of major manufacturing facilities has shown us anything, it’s that the needs of the 21st century workforce are shifting rapidly This includes training needs. With closures like this, there is a surplus of workers with well-established skills who need to find a way to further develop them or take them in a Continue...

It’s inspiring to see innovation in STEM education, and it’s an even greater pleasure to be part of it. Enable was proud to assist in the instrumentation of the E7 building at the University of Waterloo, and members of our team were on hand to for its opening on October 29th. Utilizing data acquisition technology from Continue...

About a year ago, it became clear that we were quickly outgrowing our office space. We started daydreaming about a new one, and went on the hunt for a location that would not only house our fantastic, growing team, but that would also give us room to branch out and expand on our talents, as Continue...

Every new batch of learners is a little bit different from the one before. However, given the pace at which new media and technology are changing, 21st century students really stand out in terms of what they need to succeed in school and beyond.

Videogames are rapidly taking on a new role, proving useful for grown-ups as well as younger users. Gaming is also making its way into the workplace, in the form of gamified training, and is helping to redefine training and lifelong learning. Whether games are used for training, team-building, or just down-time, they can help to Continue...

Serious Games for Customer Success
 

Framing Enable’s Values (Literally)
One of the learning principles we espouse is inclusion, and as often as possible, we try to bring in as many voices as possible. A little more than a year ago, we re-branded, and really wanted to get our team involved in identifying and living our values as a company. We wanted to share an Continue...

How Did Someone Like You Get Into STEM?
“I may not have gone where I intended to go, but I think I have ended up where I needed to be.” Douglas Adams

What do you do when you see a need to bring together young women in STEM (including yourself)? You create your own initiative, and provide networking, outreach and education opportunities to individuals in your community, and beyond. Meet Mylene Tu, engineering student at the University of Waterloo, and founder of FEM in STEM. Tell us Continue...

In the early weeks of summer, the very last thing on a teacher’s mind may be on curriculum resources for the September. However, if you’ve been tasked with upping your STEM game with next year’s class, the next two months might be an ideal time to prepare. Thankfully, there are organizations out there that can Continue...

  At first glance, video games may seem like plaything or a distraction from more practical tasks in the workplace. However, with the right approach, including serious games in corporate and industrial settings can not only captivate team members, but can also serve as a vehicle for valuable training opportunities.