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By on March 8, 2018

A Greener Office: Not Just a Trend, a Necessity

When it comes to making key office space planning decisions, the need for a workplace to be healthy and ‘green’ is often an important factor. However, in truth, this is a relatively recent development, which has emerged in the past few decades. With that being said, it is important to understand that over that same […]

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By on March 6, 2018

Learning out Loud: Social Entrepreneurship (Pt. 2)

In the second episode of our two-part series about social entrepreneurship, Kate continues her conversation with Alex and Beth. They discuss financing entrepreneurship, international relationships, challenges and opportunities of being social entrepreneurs, and the ability to constantly learn as you go. They also expand on how international entrepreneurship has taken an important role in their […]

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By on March 1, 2018

Learning out Loud: Social Entrepreneurship (Pt. 1)

In today’s episode, the first part of a two-part series, Kate Salmon interviews Alex Gill, Social Entrepreneur and Director of the Social Ventures Zone at Ryerson University. They are also joined by Beth Eden, the current Digital Content Coordinator student at Learnography and Social Entrepreneur. Beth is is currently working with World Merit, a social […]

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By on June 30, 2016

eLearning in the 21st Century

eLearning in the 21st Century: Inspiring deep learning opportunities for today’s busy professionals At Learnography, we believe effective learning is not a one-time event. To achieve deep learning, a continuous process to support, reinforce, and validate learning is immensely important. We also understand that busy professionals value ongoing professional development but have a hard time fitting it into their […]

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By on May 12, 2016

GUEST BLOG: 4 Ways to Increase Engagement Through Active Learning

  Active learning is a big thing these days. When we think about it from a flipped classroom perspective, it’s what happens “after the flip.” There are a lot of articles and blog posts out there that advocate for more “active learning” in the classroom. “Active learning is the best!” they say. But, “activity” sure seems like a […]

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By on March 16, 2016

Lead. Learn.

We spoke with one of TedX’s newest speakers about leadership trends, success stories and why leaders shouldn’t follow the Golden Rule. We spoke with one of TedX’s newest speakers, Patrick O’Reilly, about leadership trends and success stories. Patrick is the CEO of Padraig – an organization that coaches a variety of leaders from small, medium and multi-national […]

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By on March 16, 2016

Space. Performance.

Learnography is in the midst of an office redesign and already enjoying its benefits. Rethink your office space for improved performance. I’m sure you have heard the buzzwords surrounding some new office design trends: open offices, mobile workstations, standing desks, bringing in the outdoors, etc. Some of these methods might seem unconventional and completely unrealistic to implement in your organization. However, there […]

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By on March 16, 2016

Looking. Forward.

A looming retirement crisis makes leadership training essential for future organizational success. According to recent studies, leadership development is one of the biggest trends in training today. When I asked Angela Gravelle, Executive Director of the Ontario Municipal Leadership Institute, about her thoughts on why leadership is such a hot topic, she offered up a poignant fact. “A leadership crisis […]

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By on March 16, 2016

Communicate. Design.

Learnography worked with Canadian Blood Services to create an animation to teach youth about blood and organ donation. Discover the power of effective communication and design. We spoke with Mary Ann Ducedre from Canadian Blood Services (CBS) – an organization that collects, tests and manufactures blood, blood components and stem cells. Public education about the benefits of blood and organ donation is […]

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By on March 16, 2016

Technology. Productivity.

Technology integration’s might not always be as beneficial to productivity as you think. I have grown up in a society that is very dependent on technology to assist in almost all day-to-day tasks. So I was shocked when Rene Ziorio, Content Development Manager at GO Productivity, told me that, “technology integration’s can be one of the most challenging projects people will ever implement into their […]

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