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By on January 18, 2018

EdTech in 2018: How can it help us?

Have you ever spent hours learning a new system that’s only available at work or school that you’ll probably never use again? Have you ever been denied access to new tech because the number of people who need to use it is greater than the number of devices available? Have you ever felt like the […]

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By on January 12, 2018

Empowered Change: Implementing Sustainability at Work (Part 1)

Growing up, there were two things my grandfather made sure all his grandchildren knew: (1) always strive to do your best no matter the circumstance and (2) nothing in this world is ever simply handed to you; if you want it, you have to work hard for it. You have to earn it. For me, the […]

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By on December 20, 2017

5 Tips for Managing an Office Move

We did it! We have officially been settled into our new office space for over a month. And what a time it’s been! We spent the first few weeks balancing excitement with exhaustion, building new habits, and gaining clarity together about the culture we want to cultivate in our new space. I have learned that […]

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By on November 3, 2017

Ethnography: It’s EPIC

Last month, I attended the EPIC conference on Advancing the Valuing of Ethnography in Industry in Montreal, Quebec. And it was truly epic. The annual conference brought together a dynamic group of practitioners, scholars, and business innovators from across the technology and design sectors to share, discuss, and open new opportunities to bring ethnographic practice […]

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By on October 26, 2017

EDIT: The Future is Awesome

The first ever Expo for Design, Innovation and Technology (EDIT) was hosted by the Design Exchange from September 28 to October 8. It was, in a word, epic. Learnography was joined by innovators from around the world to showcase the ways we leverage design and technology to improve the future through shelter, nourishment, education, and […]

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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 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 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 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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