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By on June 5, 2017

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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 April 5, 2017

You’re Invited!

Part of being a learning organization is that we are always pushing ourselves to learn more. And the best way to learn more is to recognize that we don’t have all the answers. We are always looking to meet with other people in the industry to challenge ourselves and to challenge others – which is […]

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By on September 15, 2016

How to Use Social Media to Expand Your Community: Part 2

What are other businesses doing? A few months ago, I wrote a blog about using Facebook to expand your community and I promised a “Part 2.” This go around, I’m going to give you some key Twitter strategies to expand your learning community. In today’s social media obsessed society, it seems we can’t go a second […]

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By on September 2, 2016

Evolution. Education.

SXSWedu underscored the importance of personalized learning. In fact, the conference came to a close with a series of sessions on this topic. Among many substantial lessons, the value of serving the learner on an individualized level may have been my greatest take-away from SXSW. Questions. Answers. I’m not a leading researcher or academic in […]

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By on August 4, 2016

Imagining the Future of Learning

At SXSWedu, Jane McGonigal walked us through a futurist thought experiment that really got the crowd buzzing. She asked everyone to imagine a world ten years in the future, where ‘learning has become a kind of currency’. In this hypothetical future, everyone is tied into The Ledger, a digital platform where your learning is tracked and traded. […]

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By on July 21, 2016

5 Insights from the Canadian Knowledge Mobilization Forum

This June, I had the privilege of attending the Canadian Knowledge Mobilization Forum (CKMF) as a participant and presenter. I was also delighted to have several members of the Learnography team participate, and what a fantastic opportunity it was. The CKMF is designed to bring together researchers, knowledge mobilization practitioners, and a variety of other […]

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By on June 23, 2016

How to Use Social Media to Expand Your Community: Part 1

What are your friends doing? At Learnography, one of our core values is expanding our community. As a marketing coordinator and self-proclaimed social media junkie, I’ve made it my personal mission to expand Learnography’s community in the digital space. I’ve also learned that there is a huge market for education and learning in the online […]

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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 May 5, 2016

Learning in Development

American industrialist Henry Ford once said, “Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at twenty or eighty. Anyone who keeps learning stays young.” It’s a quote that matches my own philosophy of learning. I really do see myself as a lifelong learner and it’s why I’m so passionate about the work we do at Learnography. […]

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