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2014 Canadian EdTech Teacher Survey

New Global Ed Tool WorldVuze Launches This September, Opening Up a World of Possibilities for Students to Learn from Each Other

Written by Julia Coburn and Ellen Palmer, WorldVuze Co-Founders WorldVuze (www.worldvuze.com), an Ontario-based non-profit,is a platformwhere students locally and around the world can safely share and explore their own opinions with each other…

Diane Williamson Interview

Interview with Diane Williamson of REAP

A MindShare Learning Moment with Diane Williamson from REAP: Research Entrepreneurs Accelerating Prosperity at Canada 3.0

May 2013 Top Ten

Dear Thought Leader, Speaking of June, with graduation upon us, we’re thrilled to celebrate the accomplishments of students’ across the country who have achieved the extraordinary. Please drop me a note to share…


Feature Interview with Dr. Susanne Lajoie on her $2.5 million grant for research in EdTech

Lajoie, of McGill University, is the Director of the newly funded Learning Environments across Disciplines (LEADS) project. With close to $2.5 million over the next eight years from the Social Sciences and Humanities…


The maple leaf returns to Mars

Canadian science instrument part of NASA’s Mars Science Laboratory mission Longueuil, Quebec, August 6, 2012 — NASA’s Mars Science Laboratory (MSL) touched down on the Red Planet today at 1:32 a.m. EDT, marking…


A Plan for Technology Integration

From School CIO I’ve been working on our school’s technology budget for next year, so I’m looking at our “needs” and “wants” closely, knowing items in both categories will be cut due to…

University of Waterloo awarded US$1.6 million to establish virtual incubation program

From University of Waterloo News The Conrad Business, Entrepreneurship and Technology Centre (Conrad) at the University of Waterloo today received a US$1.6 million grant that will boost countless student businesses. The Graduate Management…

Best cities for startups: Toronto ranks 4th on global list of best places to launch a tech company

From the Huffington Post Canada California’s Silicon valley is still the world’s best — and most renowned — place to start a tech company, but Canada’s largest city is giving it a run…


G-G’s ‘great expectations’ for a culture of innovation

From the Globe & Mail  As a university president, David Johnston always felt grateful to see the words “innovation,” “entrepreneurship,” “creativity” and “productivity” repeated often in the federal government’s Speech from the Throne….

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