ABEL engages in beneficial collaborations that allow its business, government and non-profit partners to innovate, collaborate and transform their practices. Our partners are organizations in the public and private sector as well as institutions involved in research and in the community.
Why Partner with ABEL?
ABEL’s partnerships support successful market engagement in the education sector as well as in other sectors focused on training and learning. One of the ways our partners benefit is through lower costs by reducing the amount of time it takes to market online services or products. ABEL partners are also able to test research ideas in the classroom or workplace, define product features, validating product benefits and their return on investment.
Partners in the ABEL program receive access to:
Current ABEL Partners
York University is a lead partner in the ABEL program. York University's Office of the Vice President, Research and Innovation (VPRI) understands that new approaches to teaching and learning are necessary in a technology driven, knowledge-based society. To this end VPRI has taken a leadership role in the development of the ABEL Program.
York Region District School Board (YRDSB) has a long history of innovation and expertise in information technology and curriculum. The district's mission is to inspire and prepare learners for life in our changing world community.