We are a 100% First Nations owned and operated company with our head office located on the Sandy Bay Ojibway First Nation in Manitoba, Canada. We specialize in the design of rich applications that engage the youth audience and provide an educational value with utility. We have over 13 years experience in developing mobile utilities from the days of text message commerce integration to our first experimental geo-based game app for the HP iPAQ using locative media. Not straying too far from our roots – we now use intelligent technology to develop the next generation of smart phones utilities and mobile learning tools.
Capturing the Imagination
We realize that a primary key to learning is capturing the imagination of the student. We are developing a suite of new enriched media tools focused on enhanced learning. Our software is designed to bring educators and students together.
We also provide digital media conversion services for books and existing software that helps to enhance digital learning technology into the classroom.
“One of our goals is to preserve and strengthen the ancestral heritage of Canada’s First Nations, Inuit, and Métis people.”
We focus on making meaningful software and educational iPhone apps, client training, and business consulting. Ogoki Learning Systems Inc. specializes in the training and technical app development including:
- Client Training
- Technical Instruction
- Software Development
- App Development
Darrick Glen Baxter, President
Mr Baxter’s long and distinguished professional career in technology includes helping to build a stronger National Aboriginal Television Network, teaching Computer Science at the University of Winnipeg’s DCE new Buhler Centre, working provincially to build a connected eHealth infostructure within Manitoba First Nations, including speaking engagements both nationally and internationally.
Darrick has studied at the University of Winnipeg and the Banff New Media Institute. He engineered locative media applications with an experimental HP technology using GPS and location based hardware. He also served a secondment at The Score sports broadcasting network. Under the tutelage of their Mobile Media Director - he experienced first hand the essence of successful business strategies that lead to the development of a hugely successful iPhone sports app. Darrick has now returned to his passion of creating exciting applications.