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By on June 22, 2017

Celebrating #Canada150: The Story of the Iconic HBC Blanket

The 150th anniversary of Canada’s confederation is fast-approaching and to celebrate, we are highlighting important events and icons in Canadian history. One such icon is the quintessentially Canadian Hudson Bay Company (HBC) Point Blanket.  The “point” refers to the number of lines sown into the side of a blanket to denote its size. But the […]

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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 June 13, 2017

Celebrating #Canada150: Milk for Britain

As a learning organization, we always jump at the chance to educate. And with Canada Day coming up, what better time to learn a little more about our nation’s history? Take a look at the ten-minute documentary below, which detials an important event in Canadian history that you may not have ever heard about. Produced […]

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By on June 8, 2017

Remaining Risks in the Mature Digital Learning Market

Since the name was first coined in 1999, the strategies and mechanics of eLearning have matured and evolved dramatically, but there are still some imperfections. From my experience in digital learning, there are three main areas for improvement. Gamification Gamification presents educational content in the context of a game scenario in order to maximize user […]

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By on June 5, 2017

Subscribe to Learnography’s Youtube channel!

Learnography is invested in offering resources across a diversity of mediums. If you enjoy our blog, or if you are looking for a new format for interacting with Learnography’s educational resources and projects, please visit and subscribe to our Youtube channel. By subscribing to our channel, you will gain access to our ever-expanding library of […]

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By on June 5, 2017

The New Voices of #ATD2017

This year’s Association for Talent Development (ATD) Conference in Atlanta, Georgia was a flurry of new faces and ideas – 10,000 new faces, to be exact. The speaker roster was flooded with first-time speakers, and Chris and I were among them. As Learnography’s newly appointed Business Development Manager and Communications Manager respectively, Chris and I […]

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By on May 30, 2017

Do we need physical learning spaces in the digital age?

For me, the need for a physical learning space is intuitive – it reminds me of my touchstone experiences at the library as a child. But with so many new digital resources available, some professionals are asking if we still need physical learning spaces. Last month at the ConnectEd Conference, I had the pleasure of […]

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By on May 25, 2017

Iterative Inclusive Innovation at #CKF17

Last week, our very own Amy Coupal presented a practice keynote on Maximizing Creative Disruption, Innovation, and Collaboration at the 2017 Canadian Knowledge Mobilization Forum. The atmosphere was abuzz with excitement throughout the conference, but the audience was especially enthused about Amy’s process for innovation – a process inspired by George Couros’ game-changing definition of […]

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By on May 18, 2017

Meet #Team Learnography: Jay McDowall

In a close-knit community like Learnography, it’s impossible to miss a smiling new face in the office. I sat down with our new Learning Strategies Director, Jay McDowall, to learn about his journey to Learnography and what he’s been up to so far. What brings you to Learnography? “I was at a crossroads in my career, […]

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By on May 10, 2017

Art Battle at The Gladstone Hotel

As a learning organization, the team at Learnography are always looking for innovative and fun ways to get people thinking and learning. We’re pretty excited for My Class Needs Foundation‘s upcoming Art Battle at The Gladstone Hotel. If you’re part of our Toronto-area community or just happen to be passing through, we hope you will join […]

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