As the editor for an educational software company called Ingenuity Works, I played a key role in the development of an educational web portal called the Learning Window.
As a partnership between a number of organizations, the Learning Window was designed to offer customized content for teachers and students. For example, it offered web-based features for K-12 students on topics ranging from Remembrance Day to zebras.
The site also included curriculum-based lesson plans, calendar and messaging components, as well as teacher-vetted links to safe outside resources.
I worked closely with writers and web designers, edited and fact-checked the features, and carried out quality assurance testing.
Sadly, the Learning Window project died after the provincial government changed hands in 2001.