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Just What Time Is It Anyway?

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Oct 2015

Just What Time Is It Anyway?

The clocks are changing this weekend. Daylight savings and the semi-annual changing of time always reminds me of the one time, in 1988, when I almost missed my plane due to human error. The “human” meaning, of course, me. I arrived for my flight with more than an hour to...

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Happy 1st Birthday to Our Website!

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Oct 2015

Happy 1st Birthday to Our Website!

This week our re-designed website turns 1 year old. We’ve gone through a lot over the past year with this website…here are some of the things we’ve learned along the way: One size does not fit all – What looked great on a laptop didn’t always look so fabulous on...

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Contract Win for IDEAS Quality Improvement eLearning!

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Sep 2015

Contract Win for IDEAS Quality Improvement eLearning!

Over the last few years, HSI® has been expanding its expertise in immersive, quality-focused eLearning and training. We’re thrilled to announce a new contract to work with the Institute of Health Policy, Management  & Evaluation (part of the University of Toronto), Health Quality Ontario, and the Institute of Clinical Evaluative...

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Adapting to Different Platforms

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Aug 2015

Adapting to Different Platforms

Recently I heard about yet another tragic death of someone falling onto a subway track. It amazes me that this still happens and that no sure-fire preventative measures are out there to eliminate these senseless deaths. Not too long afterward, I had cause to use the free train provided from...

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Being Selective with Usability

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Jul 2015

Being Selective with Usability

As a company we believe that people are the most important part of any system. As a result, we usually strive to make systems easier, safer, and more comfortable for human users. However, it’s not always that straightforward. Sometimes, you may want a system to be easily accessible to one...

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Open Government: Understanding and Achieving Trust

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Jul 2015

Open Government: Understanding and Achieving Trust

Guelph is small as cities go, but it’s growing. And as Guelph grows, the distinction between the City with a capital “C” (for City Hall) and the city with a small “c” (as community) is also growing. The small “c” city as community is becoming more and more diverse. Diverse...

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