It was one year ago this month that COVID-19 overwhelmed us and changed our classrooms. Overnight, we educators had to learn, on our own, how to shift our lessons to Zoom, how to assess students virtually and how to use attractive presentations or games to keep our students engaged.
ACAMPADOC, the successful International Documentary Film Festival, was broadcast worldwide using the CanopyLAB platform
2020 taught us a powerful lesson: if we are able to adapt quickly to a sudden change in circumstances and context, we are more likely to achieve our goals. In the case of Irina Ruíz, director of ACAMPADOC, the pandemic changed her team’s plans completely. Adapting to the circumstances allowed her to not only overcome the challenges that distance poses to a film festival, but to also reach countries that the festival had never reached before.
Have you been entertaining the idea of acquiring a learning management system or learning platform for your organization, but can’t decide between a cloud-based or a self-hosted system? Or perhaps you’re confused about what to pick after reading about the difference between the two. We can help you out.
Further recognition from Elearning Industry: CanopyLAB featured on Top 20 LMS based on Customer Experience
CanopyLAB’s social and adaptive learning software is highlighted among Elearning Industry’s Top 20 LMS list based on Customer Experience. Coming in at a 19th place, a great rating for our first year on the list. Just last week CanopyLAB was listed as number 9 on Elearning Industry’s Top 20 LMS based on User Experience.
If you have ever been on the CanopyLAB platform, you’ve surely come across a knowledge tag. Tags are showcased on your personal profile, and they are a record of what you have accomplished. The courses you have taken, the knowledge that you have gained, and the exercises you have completed to train 21st-century skills.
Harnessing the power of role models: How DigiPippi is closing the gender gap for women in technology through youth mentorships
Did you know that there are still IT university programs with 0% female enrolment? This is just one fact that drives the DigiPippi volunteer mentorship program that aims to connect girls ages 7-13 with female role models to foster curiosity and passion for the world of technology. With the support of CanopyLAB, DigiPippi has created a virtual academy where volunteers learn about the Digippipi method, which includes how to become a role model for girls in tech, host IT workshops and use social media for outreach courses, all while connecting with their mentees in a social online setting.
With most educational institutions switching to remote teaching, teachers and professors have had to transition to digital teaching in a very short period of time.
This post is a reflection written by Natalia Bernal who is a teacher at an all-girls school in Bogota, Colombia. While the transition to remote learning has received massive media attention, we aim to highlight the voice of the teacher and their experiences, challenges, and resilience during COVID-19.
Shockingly, the Wall Street Journal revealed that 90 % of knowledge learned in corporate training doesn’t stick simply days after the training has been completed.
“Your brilliant questions answered” is a blog series where Chief Learning Officer Lise Andersen-Alstrup answers your most pressing questions about CanopyLAB, learning, adaptive learning, elearning, onboarding, SDG #4, edtech and much more.
The Commentary series is a series of reflections on learning shared by the CanopyLAB co-founders Christian Skræm Juul Jensen and Sahra-Josephine Hjorth
Ah, exercises! No, we aren’t talking about squats, lunges or any other physical exercise that keeps your body in shape. BUT, we do want to keep our learners’ minds in shape. To do this, CanopyLAB enables various exercises that encourage learners to test, anchor, expand and revisit their knowledge while developing 21st Century skills.