Gaming and esports are fast-growing global phenomena engaging more than 2,3 billion people all around the world. Since the very beginning, toxicity, bullying & cheating have been a part of the gaming community and esports. As the industry becomes larger and more professional, these problems are becoming more and more significant and disturbing and must be addressed.
Leveraging the CanopyLAB technology, we have created a global campaign and a learning program to be launched in Q2 2023 designed to combat toxicity, bullying & cheating in esports.
Allowing kids to learn about space and sustainability in a way that is fun and helps tackle problems such as climate anxiety.
CanopyLAB is leveraging the AI-powered learning platform to launch a dedicated learning space with Crazy Frog for kids in Q2 2023. The platform enables children to explore topics around sustainability and space while practicing critical skills related to phonics.
To advance Global Business Skills and well-being through online coaching, blended learning, a trainer-led component, and self-paced content.
Leveraging the CanopyLAB technology, Qfour.ai has released a global coaching platform powered by AI targeting the corporate learning segment.
To Provide access to the heritage of the Mississippi Delta to every classroom around the world.
An AI-powered learning experience platform that the museum will use to deliver digital education on B.B. King’s story and the story of other musicians of the Delta region to schools in the United States and globally.
Create a curriculum and a learning platform based on the more than 1.8 million photographs taken by Dr. Ernest Withers, Sr., during his 60-year career documenting history.
We developed an adaptive learning LAB and an educational curriculum using photographs as a point of departure. The Withers Collection LAB seeks to expand the understanding of social issues amongst global youth, who, based on social learning, will have the opportunity to share their knowledge to catalyze global progress and build a movement around social justice, inclusion, dignity, and equality for all.
To provide education regarding cardiovascular health and emergency procedures, such as the correct way to do CPR, in Spanish and English for global audiences.
The American Heart Association is partnered with StudentLAB. They have released the first course entitled Hands-Only CPR and Hands-Only CPR plus AED videos, which is available in English and Spanish. StudentLAB provides the American Heart Association the ability to reach young audiences worldwide and, in this way, provide critical training for a global audience, empowering them to lead healthier lives and to know how to react appropriately in the event of an emergency.
ATOS works on a two-fold strategy: to prevent children’s unnecessary separation from their families and to find local alternative family-based care services for children without parents. The challenge is to assist communities in building local protection systems to respond to the needs and social problems faced by families at risk of separation. Using advocacy and raising awareness, they strengthen the country's social services and protection mechanisms.
We helped ATOS to deliver a course focused on the dangers of volunteerism: How to be a Smart Volunteer, through our free e-Learning platform for youth, StudentLAB. This course aimed to teach the learner how dangerous it can be for children to be placed in an orphanage and how harmful it can be to support these systems, primarily through volunteerism.
Dream Rise Foundation works towards implementing Sustainable Development Goals 4 and 17, Quality Education, and Partnership for Goals, respectively. Therefore, they prioritize partnerships with other organizations with the same goals. Hence, they were looking for a partner to implement their programs for mentorship and training in a social and adaptive setting.
We provided Dream Rise Foundation the opportunity to create the course: Introduction to Personal Developmenton our free platform for youth StudentLAB. The course is aimed at providing young people with tools and ways to improve their knowledge of the SDGs #4 and #17.
Project ARC’s is all about "Authentic Learning", thus achieving desired outcomes that every teacher wants to have in their classroom for every student. Different teaching methodologies have allowed for different types of student exploration including those introduced by Project ARC. Courses consider the following questions: What can teachers do regardless of their classroom subject, size or student age? How could their successful workshops be translated into the online environment?
Project ARC is offering two introductory courses for teachers that would allow them to question some of their methods and see the value behind Project Arc’s methodology. Through forums and use of collaborative exercises, teachers were able to learn from each other.
The Young Americas Business Trust's (YABT) LAB is used to combine and centralize the efforts in two of its leading programs, the Young Americas Forum and the YABT Talent and Innovation Competition (TIC), in order to provide a better experience for the young people registered. Additionally, YABT seeks to reach millions of young men and women who want to acquire 21st century career skills training to support social entrepreneurship. Specifically, YABT will create a series of courses on leadership, civic participation and entrepreneurship aimed at promoting dialogue, group work and personal development.
Through its partnership with CanopyLAB, any student registered in YABT’s programming as well as existing uses in StudentLAB can have access to all entrepreneurship courses created by CanopyLAB and its various entrepreneurship-focused partners. As the partnership and audience grow, platform data and requests from users will be used to guide the creation of new courses meant to ensure a comprehensive lifelong training program around business innovation.
The National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership (Clal) wanted to implement online leadership programs and use a platform that could make their training programs more engaging and more efficient. They were looking to offer meaningful learning experiences for their audience but doing so with the traditional approach of video lectures and boilerplate assignments had not been working. In keeping with its mission, Clal needed a platform that fostered social interaction and which built learning around the exchange of ideas.
A LAB from CanopyLAB fit Clal’s needs by providing an easy-to-use entry point to make their training programs much more effective. Course creators loved the process of using AICATO, our AI-based course authoring tool, to create a course in minutes because it made their job easier while maintaining high standards of rigor. In addition, Clal’s focus on community building meant a LAB made making connections simple thanks to its social networking and tagging functionality.
The International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) sought to create engaging courses to help individuals understand its mandate and also to become more aware of the impact of their food choices. Courses answer important questions such as: “where does my food come from?” and “what choices can I make in order to be more sustainable and fair?”
IFAD sought to create engaging courses to help individuals understand its mandate and also to become more aware of the impact of their food choices. Courses answer important questions such as: “where does my food come from?” and “what choices can I make in order to be more sustainable and fair?”
The HER foundation aims to provide support and education for mothers with HG, a pregnancy disease marked by rapid weight loss, malnutrition, and dehydration due to unrelenting nausea and/or vomiting. Their biggest challenges include sharing research findings and important information with mothers who are often too sick to read through dense information packages about their illness. They offer online support via facebook groups or Instagram pages which is a tedious task for their staff to keep track of their thousands of followers.
HER foundation has partnered with CanopyLAB to create free online courses on the LAB for anyone in the world through short, relatable and easy to digest content. Courses include a survival guide for expecting mothers, a breakdown of physical and psychological symptoms and remedies and even an introductory HG course for family members, friends and anyone involved in the life of an HG mom. Users can explore course content at their own pace and easily access or revisit specific materials such as videos, infographics and additional resources within the units. The platform’s social features will create a space for mothers who spend a significant amount of time alone at home or in the hospital during their pregnancy to connect with a global support system.
The first courses were launched on October 1st, 2019. Throughout the preparation of the release, HG moms themselves have been involved in the course creation process by sharing their stories through videos about their experience with HG providing tips for other moms that will be part of the course series. You can access the first course in the series here. Fast forward to May 2020, and we are still collaborating immensely with HER Foundation, who has created an incredible free course on Covid-19 & Pregnancy.
To find a learning platform to share formal and informal training related to the sustainable use of natural resources. Moreover, to build a community to promote values of nature conservation and ethics.
Our partnership allows the Green Heritage Fund Suriname to create and release a series of courses in Dutch on our free learning platform StudentLAB. Their commitment to promoting sustainable development in Suriname through conservation, education, empowerment, and research will be furthered by our AI-powered platform, allowing them to reach more people to educate themselves on the protection of natural resources and ecosystems and create a wonderful community surrounding these important topics.
To break down the barriers of learning, education, and information imposed by different dictatorships by spreading knowledge, guidance, and pedagogy to all the countries in the Middle East.
CanopyLAB supports Ideas Beyond Borders' mission to make educational content available to Arabic speakers. Through the partnership, they will translate courses on mental health, technology, and human rights, among others, and publish the courses in Arabic on our free learning platform StudentLAB. One of these courses is استيعاب الصحة النفسية والرفاه – سلسلة الصحة النفسية (Understanding Mental Health and Well-Being - The Mental Health Series) available in StudentLAB.
Empowering youth outside Costa Rica to embrace their full potential and make healthy life choices. TeenSmart International does this through their app- Joven Salud, but they want to reach more young girls and boys in Latin America to provide free access to their programs.
Through our open learning StudentLAB platform, Teen Smart created several leadership and personal development courses in Spanish, including Planeando mi Futuro and Descubriendo mis Emociones. These courses invite youth to reflect on their lives and seek to empower them to uplift themselves and their communities.
To promote environmentally friendly solutions to problems related to the non-sustainable use of natural resources due to lacking knowledge of the possible negative impact on human populations and nature.
Leveraging our proprietary Ai-powered LXP, Vitalis created courses on ecology and the environment. They have built a community of young learners from Latin America who take action in their local communities and work together for the environment. The courses have a strong call-to-action component. Some of their courses are available to the public in StudentLAB, including Jardines Botánicos y Ciudadanía: ¿Cómo involucrarnos? and Derecho Ambiental Para No-Abogados.
Address the causes and effects of climate change that affect the most vulnerable populations in Peru. Due to Covid-19, MOCICC had to transform their traditional in-person workshops, debates, and community-focused events to continue mobilizing and generating citizen-led discussions.
We provided MOCICC with an AI-powered learning platform. The integrated social media network component was especially important for them and their community-building efforts. In addition to creating courses, MOCICC leverages our Zoom integration to host live online sessions. Later, the lives sessions were made available as asynchronous learning. You can access some of the workshops in StudentLAB including Escuela de Activismo 2021 and Escuela de Activismo Climático 2022. Both workshops are designed to raise awareness about the climate crisis throughout Latin America.