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LERN Magazine Recognizes Mohawk College’s CE Catalogue

8 DEC 2012
Topic : Education News
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For the second consecutive term, Canadian community college Mohawk College has seen its Continuing Education Catalog featured in the newest issue of Learning Resources Network (LERN) Magazine. The Mohawk College Continuing Education Catalog has been singled out for being the first brochure in the field to utilize QR codes.

The article, entitled, “Mobiles: The New Frontier” cites visual examples of the Mohawk College catalog, including pages that feature QR codes of the school’s Learning Exchange and Fennell Renewal website pages. A QR code (abbreviated from Quick Response code) is a type of barcode that allows users to access Web information with their smartphone.

LERN Magazine is the leading periodical on continuing education and the magazine has the largest association of continuing education institutes and professionals in in the world, with over 1,100 organizational members. Mohawk College’s Continuing Education Catalogue has received plaudits from the magazine in the past, winning its “Best Brochure Design” award.

Mohawk College is a public College of Applied Arts and Technology with three campuses in Hamilton, Brantford and Stoney Creek in Ontario, Canada. Mohawk College’s diverse program offerings are offered at the apprenticeship, continuing education, diploma and collaborative degree levels, giving students a wide range of education options and alternatives. Since its founding in 1966, over 85,000 students have graduated from Mohawk College.