Post Canada 3.0 Conference/Canada's Potential to become the first Global Digital Nation Podcast Interview with Dean Ken Coates, University of Waterloo

[audio:https://mindsharelearning.ca/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/Dr%20Ken%20Coates%20July%20Issue%202009.mp3]

Ken Coates is the Dean of the Faculty of Arts at the University of Waterloo. He is a well-known historian specializing in aboriginal studies and Canada’s north. Ken Coates is a passionate advocate for higher education with particular interest in digital media, Canadian competiveness and the Japanese science and technology revolution. Ken’s vision includes a renewed appreciation for the traditional arts disciplines with a keen understanding of how these disciplines are key to society’s future. The solutions to environmental issues to name just a few – will be found through the traditional disciplines in policy, behaviour and cultural change.

Interview with the Ontario Minister of Education Kathleen Wynne

[audio:https://mindsharelearning.ca/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/Minister-Wynne-Interview_April-27.mp3|titles=Minister Wynne Interview_April 27] Our May 2009 issue features our MindShare Learning Cross Canada Provincial Spotlight Series in an effort continue our national conversation to ...
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