Monthly Archive:: July 2014

For Computer Programming Students, GitHub is The New Facebook

Before 2008, programmers and aspiring programmers around didn’t have a way to collaborate or share the

Make a Difference One Bite at a Time

Do you have a passion for healthy food and leading a nutritious lifestyle? Transform that passion

Entrepreneurship is One Click Away!

Mars Discovery District, a sophisticated learning and research center in Toronto offers resources to people in

Investment in Online Education Could Provide Great Benefits to Aboriginal Communities

Human Resources and Skill Development Canada identified the aboriginal community as a group that could reap

Locking Down a New Skill

Ever wanted to be like your favourite action hero, cracking open a seemingly impossible lock or

Ontario will launch a hub for online learning in 2015

Next year, the Ontario government will spend $42 million creating a whole host of new online

The First Canadian Equine Science Program Offered Online!

Well, it might seem a little funny – online courses about horses? One might think you