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By on September 15, 2017

Meet #TeamLearnography: Kaila Simoneau

We’re always thrilled to welcome a new member to our learning family, which is why Learnography is excited to welcome Kaila Simoneau to to the team! Kaila has been a regular face around the office since April and recently transitioned into a full-time position as Content Strategist. In her role, she helps the design team […]

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By on August 3, 2017

Meet #TeamLearnography: Valerie Klein Litman

The team at Learnography is a close-knit group of lifelong learners, which is why it’s always so exciting when we welcome an enthusiastic new face. I sat down with Valerie Klein Litman, who, after several months in a freelance role, is our new Web/Interactive Designer. Welcome to the team, Valerie! Get to know her below: […]

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By on June 20, 2017

Celebrating #Canada150: Innovators in Canadian Education

This year, Canada Day marks the 150th anniversary of our great nation’s confederation. In the spirit of celebrating Canada and celebrating learning (as if we need another reason!), we’re taking a moment to highlight a few Canadians who are influencing education with new, innovative approaches to learning. Craig and Marc Kielburger – WE.org Many Canadians […]

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By on May 9, 2017

Top Five Takeaways from #Brunchography2017

Thank you so much to everyone who attended and contributed to Brunchography’s great success this past Friday! The only thing more plentiful than the delicious brunch foods were the ideas shared between bites. It was wonderful to see the many discussions each panel stimulated around the room, and the enthusiastic additions and productive disagreements shared at […]

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By on September 21, 2016

Progress: What the LSAT can teach us about the evaluation process

Progress is like baking: everyone likes the result but not many people are very good at making it themselves. I just wrote the LSAT. I found the Law School Admission Council’s technique for continuous development to be an excellent recipe for progress that’s worth sharing: the LSAT includes a special, experimental section which is used to […]

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By on June 1, 2016

The Paradoxes of Working with Millennials

  Learnography’s Communications Specialist, Kate Salmon, covered the Millennial Leadership Summit for the HR Gazette, and came back bursting with new ideas and strategies. Out of all the enlightening ideas and opinions she discussed at the Millennial Leadership Summit, what struck me most was the recognition of ‘Millennial Paradoxes’. As a millennial myself, with two […]

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