WeejeeLearning Adds Four Employees and Announces New Location
Expansion allows WeejeeLearning to meet the growing demand for its integrated learning solutions.
Durham, NC (PRWEB) October 19, 2012
WeejeeLearning continues its growth with the addition of four new employees and the opening of its new location on the historic American Tobacco Campus in Durham, NC. This expansion will allow WeejeeLearning to meet the growing demand for its integrated learning solutions used in corporate training and training for non-profits.
“We´ve increased our focus on our distributed learning model, reaching learning audiences wherever they are within an organization,” says Ian Huckabee, CEO of WeejeeLearning. “And now the rapid adoption of mobile devices in the workplace and new metrics technologies within the industry have presented us with many new opportunities.”
WeejeeLearning´s new employees include program manager, an instructional designer, a graphic artist and frontend developer. The historic American Tobacco Campus is home to prominent regional businesses, including the McKinney advertising agency and the nationally recognized public broadcasting station, WUNC Radio. WeejeeLearning is located in the Old Bull building on the campus at the intersection of Blackwell and Pettigrew Streets.
“We´re thrilled with our new staff members,” says Huckabee. “Each of them brings a distinct level of learning-related expertise that will help WeejeeLearning continue to innovate.”
WeejeeLearning, LLC is a custom learning design and development company providing enterprise-wide learning solutions to corporations, non-profits and educational institutions. WeejeeLearning specializes in instructional design, highly interactive e-learning, and strategies for mobile learning and social learning.
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