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By on March 8, 2017

Lightning Learning at SXSWedu

SXSWedu is unique among education conferences in that the community decides for itself what kind of sessions we want to see. Every year, hopeful speakers submit session topics to the PanelPicker for voting. Neither the speakers nor the event organizers shy away from controversial topics. The result is a very vocal community who is engaged […]

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By on March 3, 2017

Learning Another Language is Right at Your Fingertips #ThingsLGYLikes

Learning another language doesn’t have to be tedious and time-consuming. Nicole Beatty, our Development and Communications Consultant at My Class Needs Foundation (Learnography’s affiliated charity), is currently hooked on an app called Duolingo. The app helps you learn another language while keeping you motivated and on track. She uses it daily to practise her fluency […]

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By on March 2, 2017

Meet #TeamLearnography: Danijel Margetic

On an average day in the Learnography office, it is impossible to ignore the constant hustle and (productive) bustle. I caught up with our Media Manager, Danijel Margetic to learn what a typical day is like in the Media department. What does your average day look like? “First I dodge the alligator pit, feed the […]

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By and on February 24, 2017

Instagram’s new update lets us share and learn more #ThingsLGYLikes

Our Marketing & Admin Coordinator (and our resident social media savant), Kyla Clarke, is thrilled by Instagram’s Wednesday announcement that we can now share multiple photos and videos in just one post. No longer will users be limited to choosing just one photo from every event or risk spamming their followers with a series of […]

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By on February 17, 2017

Improving Workplace Culture #ThingsLGYLikes

Are you a giver or a taker? Our co-op student, Tia Brierley, can’t get enough of this popular TEDTalk. In the video, organizational psychologist and author of Give and Take, Adam Grant talks about his research around the three main personalities in the workplace: givers, takers, and matchers. Grant touches on the most effective ways […]

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By on February 17, 2017

Family Day Weekend: Why you should spend this weekend learning with your family

On a regular day, we only have what seems like a limited amount of time to spend with our families due to work, school, or anything else that keeps us busy. In Ontario, we are celebrating Family Day weekend and taking some extra time to spend with our families. Learning can come in many shapes […]

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By , and on February 10, 2017

8 Things We Learned from Neil Pasricha at HRPA 2017

Last week, the Learnography team exhibited at the 2017 HRPA Conference and Trade Show. We had the lucky opportunity to catch Neil Pasricha‘s keynote address, “Happier People, Happier Organizations.” The author of the best-selling book, The Book of Awesome, spoke with great purpose as we relished in the personal experiences and wisdom he shared with us. […]

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By and on February 9, 2017

Taking Control of Your Free Time #ThingsLGYLikes

Our graphic designer, Martin Whelan, is hooked on this short TED Talk. In the video below, Laura Vanderkam teaches you how to take control of your free time and empowers you to accomplish anything – and everything. From squeezing in that morning workout to learning a new skill, use her tools to take your career and your personal […]

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By on February 6, 2017

Promouvoir les pratiques de leadership pour appuyer les élèves en Ontario (Advancing leadership practices to support students in Ontario)

English below. Tout le monde veut construire un meilleur avenir pour leurs communautés. Pour que cela se produise, tous les enfants et les élèves doivent recevoir la meilleure éducation possible afin d’atteindre leur plein potentiel. L’institut de leadership en éducation de l’Ontario (ILE) travaille en collaboration avec les leaders scolaires et les leaders du système […]

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