e-Learning Solutions

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What Our Partners Say:

"We envision a future where all of Maine’s LGBTQ+ youth have the support and opportunities they need to thrive. Building safety nets of community providers (school staff, health care, mental health providers, clergy, and youth-serving) through education builds competence for providing safety/affirmation and mitigating the impact of adverse childhood experiences. An e-learning option alongside our in-person and virtual options creates multiple avenues for professionals to engage in our professional development opportunities."

— August Sender, Training Coordinator, OUT Maine

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What We Provide

Curriculum Development

Informed by the latest instructional design practices and learning theories, we design new content and translate existing content into virtual formats.

Custom e-Learning Design

Active learning and engagement enforced with interactive elements, such as quizzes, videos, role-play and scenarios.

Web Design and Hosting

In-house portal development allows for flexible customization. Users can track progress, access continuing education credits, and certificates of completion. Administrators can track real-time registration, usage, and evaluation data.

Our Results


U.S. states represented by users on our platforms.


Countries around the world represented by users on our platforms.


Total users who participated in our e-Learning Program from around the world.

What Our Clients Say:

Jennifer sitting in the sunlight talking to the camera.“The information was so relevant that I actually had all of our students take it for my program. A few things I loved about the modules was that all of the information on chronic diseases, it gives you just enough to where it's not overwhelming, and it's great how every module ties in exactly the role of a CHW in that situation. A little perk to that was the COVID-19 training, I thought that was great. The modules are great, they're easy to go through, they're not boring, it's nice that there are videos and that they're short, and they get exactly the material that they need. It was just a great training all around, and I recommend it to all CHWs either going into the field and certified CHWs.”

—Jennifer Escajeda, CHW Instructor
University of New Mexico

News & Updates

‘Women Hold Up Half the Sky’
MCD Develops Online Trainings for OUT Maine’s Professional Development for Youth-Serving Practitioners
MCD and the University of New Hampshire Launch Regional Collaborative to Advance Rural Health Excellence and Equity