T’is the season to wrap things up, both figuratively and metaphorically. What would the holiday season be without a look back at all the exciting things the past year brought us. 2016 was eventful and provided us with all kinds of wonderful opportunities and challenges. Without further ado, here are some highlights from 2016: We Continue...

Unity Game Programmer Position (Internship) Primary duties will include creating digital assets to be used in apps and games for children. This will involve working with and animating existing graphic assets, and building them into interactive digital environments. The qualified candidate will be a recent college or university graduate in game design, digital media, or Continue...

Junior Animator Position Primary duties will include creating animations for a series of interactive digital shorts for children. This will involve working with and animating existing graphic assets, as well as designing new ones. The successful candidate will be involved in most aspects of development and production. The qualified candidate will be a recent college Continue...

We were delighted to be part of the inaugural Halton Futures Summit, organized by Haltech. The number of technological innovators in our region is truly impressive, and it was a pleasure to meet new ones, and reconnect with those we’ve worked with in the past. Our president, Ben Zimmer presented as part of the 4@4 Continue...

Three things happen when you go to an amazing conference: You have a lot of moments where you meet new people and think “Yes! That’s what I do too!” You have a lot of moments where you meet new people and think “Wow! So cool! I wish I were doing that!” You have moments when Continue...

Enable celebrated its 10th anniversary as we celebrate many things, with good food and good company. Yesterday, we held an open house, and were joined by a wonderful group of clients, partners, friends, family and community members. We’re grateful for those who came by to celebrate, and for everyone who has supported us over the past Continue...

Today, we mark our first decade as a company! If you caught our timeline post last year, you know that over the past ten years, we’ve had projects from pretty much every part of the educational spectrum. Enable has been lucky enough to work with an incredibly smart, diverse group of team members, and we’ve always Continue...

Building and growing Enable Education has been a wild, wonderful ride, and we love sharing our story. We were delighted to be invited to speak to Katie Krimitsos for her BizWomen Rock podcast recently. Click here to listen to our VP Amy Leask’s musings on writing, entrepreneurship and work/life balance. Thanks so much to Katie for Continue...

Building better arguments is fun, and it’s also an important part of becoming a 21st century learner.  About a year ago, we published Tinker Thinkers, a guide to critical thinking for readers aged 7-10, in print, kindle and iPad app format.  This week, we’re proud and excited to release an augmented reality version of the book, Continue...

As the weather warms up, our schedule fills up.  Enable will out and about this summer, meeting with educators and innovators from all over North America.  Here are some of our summer highlights: The American Society for Engineering in Education As we speak (or type) our team is meeting up with innovators and educators in Continue...

We’re on the go again!  Enable is thrilled to be taking part in a number of conferences and events over the next few months.  There will exhibits, presentations, competitions, and workshops, and we couldn’t be more excited to be meeting with educators and innovators alike. Here’s where you’ll find us this spring: University of Toronto Continue...

Congratulations to our president and founder, Ben Zimmer, who not only delivered an amazing presentation yesterday at the Learning Solutions conference in Orlando (video footage will be posted later), but also brought home an award.  Our presentation at Demo Fest was named Best Blended Learning Solution! Thanks to the good folks at Learning Solutions for Continue...