LearnStream operated between 1998 and 2005 as an eLearning development company based in Fredericton New Brunswick.
Before it was sold in 2005, the company employed as many as 150 staff, including instructional designers, programmers, multimedia and web developers. With a customer base primarily in the US, Canada and in Europe, LearnStream set up a subsidiary firm based in Washington DC to handle US corporate sales.
After selling the company, founder Ken Reimer has independently taken on various eLearning projects for major Canadian and US corporations, and is now Director of the Centre for Enhanced Teaching and Learning (CETL) at the University of New Brunswick.
LearnStream co-owner Carol Reimer is a health care consultant, focusing on strategy. She is currently a board candidate for Horizon Health Network, a $1 billion/year regional health authority in the province of New Brunswick, Canada.
UNB Online is formed to develop and expand online course offerings from the University of New Brunswick.
Ken is appointed to head up the new Centre for Enhanced Teaching and Learning at the University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, Canada.
LearnStream is acquired by Provinent Corp, a Toronto-based e-learning firm. Read news article ...
The Canadian New Media Awards recognizes Ken for his lifetime achievement.
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March 1998 :
Ken Reimer founds LearnStream through a leveraged management buyout, with $900,000 financing from the Business Development Bank (BDC).