Ibis Communications is a publisher of award-winning educational
websites and CD-ROMs.
An award-winning website presenting history through the
perspective of those who actually lived it - from the
ancient world through the 20th century.
Awards include: Yahoo! Pick of the Week, USA
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Innovative Teaching Award and Kim Komando Cool Site of
Journey 1896-1945 (CD-ROM)
Explores American history from the Klondike Goldrush to the
Atomic bomb. Sold in 5,000 retail outlets across the country.
Arthur Through the Ages (CD-ROM)
An introduction to one of the most enduring legends in European
literature. An interactive, multimedia production. Developed
in conjunction with Calvert School and winner of the Parents'
and Production: We offer design, production and
maintenance services and will work closely with you to
assure the highest quality and best presentation of your
Training and Educational Programming:
Ibis brings 28 years' experience to the development of computer-based
training and educational programs. From PowerPoint presentations
to the most sophisticated interactive programs, whether instructor-led
or stand-alone; we design and produce programming distributed
over the Web, by CD-ROM or DVD. Past clients include IBM,
DuPont, Chrysler Corporation, AT&T Bell Labs, Xerox, The
Smithsonian, The National Geographic Society, The Library
of Congress, The World Bank and the U.S. Army.
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developed for the
Library of Congress
Our most recent training projects include
design of Disaster Response, a DVD-based training
program for construction
workers developed for the Center for the Protection of
Workers' Rights, a division of the AFL-CIO; design of Fall
Protection for Roofers, an interactive-DVD training
program developed for The Labor-Management Construction
Safety Alliance; and several interactive CD-ROM training programs developed for The Sheet Metal Occupational
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discuss how we can work with you to develop your website
or other computer-based interactive program.