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Go Oil Web Site Refresh

Project Term: Winter 2019

Go Oil, a local startup that provides 24/7 on-the-spot oil changes, wanted to recreate their website as their current one was not optimized for multiple cities. BIT and BTM students worked with Go Oil to create a customer database to support their new franchising model. The students assisted in moving the current web site to an updated back-end database and updated the front end design to enable a user experience supporting multiple cities.
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Easy Forms – Part 2

Project Term: Winter 2019

Filing a traditional divorce can be lengthy and expensive. Easy Forms is a collaborative project between Evans Family Law, our ACE Project Space students, and Business Administration students. Together, they designed, developed, and performed user testing on a web application to make uncontested divorces accessible to anybody who requires one. Our students’ solution takes the user from step one to printable legal papers in a fraction of the traditional time and cost.
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Spence Neighbourhood

Project Term: Winter 2019
The Spence Neighbourhood Association works with the community to provide safety for residents, staff, volunteers, and the homeless. The system used for administering and organizing association staff, volunteers, and participants was taking valuable time away from important activities.

BIT and BTM staff built a system that enables staff to effectively collect, report on, and monitor attendance, supplies, food served, and program activities.
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Rusty Steam

Rusty Steam game design

Project Term: Winter 2019

Applied Computer Education and the Creative Arts departments at Red River College formed a special collaboration to create a video game that showcases how the artistic and technical skills students are developing can be combined to create a video game. BIT, BTM, and Digital Media Design (DMD) students worked together to create Rusty Steam, a 3D side-scroller game prototype. DMD prepared the creative assets for the game while the BIT/BTM students incorporated the assets to develop the game.
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Taiv

TAIV.TV home page

Project Term: Winter 2019

Establishments such as restaurants, pubs, and hotels often have TVs set up to provide customers with live news and sports entertainment. Taiv.TV was created to replace broadcasters’ ads with targeted ads from the establishment. The original solution did not optimize ad placement during commercial breaks.

BIT and BTM students built a solution that integrates with an establishment’s point-of-sale (POS) data to fetch and analyze real-time purchases to improve ad placement.
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Temp PT

Project Term: Winter 2019

Many private physiotherapy clinics have an increasing need for temporary physiotherapists, particularly within small rehabilitation practices. For smaller operations, the hiring process is time consuming and expensive.

Our BIT and BTM students implemented a web-based recruiting service (Temp PT) enabling clinic owners to post available work times and enable practitioners to apply for those times within the same platform.
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ACE Change Management System

Project Term: Winter 2019

BTM students worked with the ACE department to build a robust change management system to minimize IT infrastructure incidents while providing processes and tools to maximize productivity for our students, faculty, ACE partners, and guests. Existing service desk solutions were investigated and evaluated. In addition, the students prepared wireframes for an alternative custom-built solution.
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DoMore+

Project Term: Winter 2019

The traditional process of facilitating peer tutoring can be a daunting task for many K-12 teachers and higher education institutions. Due North, an educational technology startup, worked with our students to build a digital platform to easily recruit, organize, connect, and schedule peer tutors with tutees. This result-based application has since been implemented in a number of Manitoba schools.
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