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By on July 20, 2017

Workplace Wellness: Promoting balance from an employer’s perspective

As workplaces and office environments continue to evolve, tech startups and digital companies are leading the charge with fun, flexible offices with added perks such as ping pong tables, yoga studios, smoothie bars, and more. At Learnography, we are always taking steps to make our office more flexible and supportive of each individual’s wellness. I […]

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By on July 13, 2017

ScreenMe: Promoting Sun Safety in Summer 2017

Learnography is proud to have recently completed a successful sun safety project for the Melanoma Network of Canada (MNC). ScreenMe is a digital, offline-accessible learning resource on sun safety for summer camp staff. Creative development of the course prioritized client needs and cooperation, perspective-changing content, and a resource users could return to. For its debut […]

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By on July 7, 2017

Learnography’s Extended Family

One of the best things about working at Learnography is the people you meet–whether those people are team members here in the office, or the clients, partners, and contacts we get to work with along the way. In the spirit of community (and with Learnography’s Annual Report just weeks away from publication), I thought I […]

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By on June 30, 2017

Collaborative Case Study: The Making of

StreamAble, a recent client project developed by Learnography, is a digital learning site devoted to raising awareness about Ontario’s Accessible Employment Standard, and showcasing sectors that have made big strides in creating inclusive workplaces. Here’s an inside look at the design team’s project approach from some of the integrated team members who brought this project […]

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By on June 29, 2017

Celebrating #Canada150: The History of the Beaver Pelt Trade

This year is Canada’s 150th anniversary of confederation! To celebrate, we are sharing past projects that highlighted important events and icons in Canadian history. In the interest of education, it may surprise some to know that the maple leaf is not Canada’s official emblem. That distinction goes to the iconic and majestic beaver. Beaver fur […]

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By on June 27, 2017

Celebrating #Canada150: What does being Canadian mean to you?

Canada Day is nearly here and as we prepare to celebrate the 150th anniversary of our confederation, we are reflecting a bit on just what being a Canadian, or being a part of the Canadian community, means to us at Learnography. Part of reflecting on where we come from as Canadians comes with the responsibility […]

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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 – 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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