Whether you’re a first-timer or an old pro, there are always some useful tips to make sure that going fully online for your education will be a success.
When COVID-19 hit, Kyle Klein quickly pivoted to use his emergency management skills that have changed his career path in ways he couldn’t have imagined.
In a society that favours early birds, here’s why remote learning during the pandemic is giving night owls a bit of a break. Plus, some tips on getting zzzs during uncertain times.
Today, businesses are recognizing the value of being responsible and sustainable in their decisions, actions and products, while at the same time striving to make a profit. This is what’s known as the “triple bottom line” – people, planet and profit.
With only two to three percent of internationally-trained medical doctors that immigrate to Canada receiving a licence, the Internationally Trained Medical Doctors bridging program has an 85 percent success rate in getting participants non-licenced jobs in Canada’s healthcare sector.
Open Educational Resources are not only a way to lower barriers to entry for post-secondary education, they also enrich the teaching and learning experience.
Data analytics skills are in demand for students and graduates, whether they’re looking to land their first job, a promotion, or a new role after returning to continuing education. Here are some practical tips on how to update your resumé so you can stay ahead.
For 10 years, The Chang School has been a pillar in Debbie’s pursuit of lifelong learning.
How Jina Rew was able to pursue her post-secondary education goals with Spanning the Gaps.
Lauren Baker, Instructor and Food System Consultant, explores the food system before, during, and after the pandemic and the wider implications for us all.