Experiential Learning and Work Integrated Learning are big priorities for the Ministry of Education in Ontario. Learn what ICUBE at UTM and the CONRAD Centre at the University of Waterloo have been doing to tie Experiential Learning with Entrepreneurial Activities and Curricula.
Join us for this two-day forum showcasing entrepreneurship and innovation in applied learning, as even some of ICUBE’s own join this year’s line-up of speakers.
HackerNest Tech Socials (http://hackernest.com/cities/) are a fun, relaxed way to connect with your local tech community. Atmosphere: chill, friendly, unpretentious, agenda-free (no sales pitch), and brimming with Ultra Smart People.
The typical Tech Social agenda: Folks arrive, grab drinks, socialize >> quick announcements, thank sponsors >> back to chatting >> head home, exhilarated from great conversations!
HackerNest Tech Socials are Entry by Donation – $10 to $20 is suggested. If a cash donation is too restrictive, no problem – just email a Tech Social Organizer and sign up to volunteer that night.
About HackerNest: HackerNest (http://hackernest.com/) builds strong, supportive local tech communities around the world. We run unpretentious tech and innovation events that improve humanity and overall economic prosperity. Check out this video to see what Tech Socials are like: https://youtu.be/9wG2TpzEm5o
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Attention LGBTQ+ staff and faculty!
You are invited to join us for the
QUTE (Queer U of T Employees)
Summer Social and Networking Lunch
Thursday June 14
Drop by between 12 and 2pm
The Exchange Café in the Rotman School of Management (RT)
95 St. George St.
Lunch options under $10 or byol (bring your own lunch)
This is a great opportunity to meet and network with other LGBTQ+ U of T staff
Come alone or bring an LGBTQ+ friend
When you arrive, look for the table with the QUTE sign
Please RSVP to https://qutesummersocial.eventbrite.ca
Every year, AngelHack adventures across the globe for our yearly Global Hackathon Series. Over the course of Summer 2018, we’ll hit six continents, bridging the gap between Silicon Valley innovation and entrepreneurs all over the world.
This year’s theme? Seamless Technology. Hackathons are built for rapid innovation, and rapid isn’t always pretty. But no matter the roadblock, broken code or bumps, we continue on and push forward, together. There’s no boundary or limit to what we can create.
So join us! Create something cool. Meet great people. Win great prizes. Who knows, your founder journey may begin at ONRamp in Toronto!
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- learn basic programming techniques and concepts that are translatable to other programming languages
- get an idea of what resources are available if you’d like to continue learning at home (and we think you will)
Who is this for?
The Ladies Learning Code workshops offer female-identified and male-identified, trans, and non-binary adults hands-on, project-based learning experiences that are designed to give beginners the skills and confidence they need to become digital creators.
Note: If you do not have a laptop to use during the duration of the workshop, there is a limited quantity that can be loaned out. The option to borrow a laptop will be included in your order form when registering.
To register for this event, click the ticket icon above, or follow the link below:
Mapping the Future for Internet of Me
Let’s reposition our thinking of the Internet of Things. It’s not just an array of connected devices but IoT for Me or IoMe can play a big role in personal enablement and industrial automation.
Building on the investments and focus on advanced manufacturing with the SuperCluster, and the National Centre of Excellence in Advanced Manufacturing & Materials, expert panelists will explore:
- IoT and Mobility – Personal Movement
- IoT and Digital Health
- IoT and the Shop Floor – Cybernetic Enablement
- Future of Materials & Electronics
- Government Resources and Partnerships
ARE YOU AN ENTREPRENEUR OR SMALL BUSINESS OWNER LOOKING FOR WAYS TO LEVERAGE YOUR WEBSITE TO BUILD YOUR BUSINESS?
If you are a small business owner ready to design your first website or looking to optimize your current website, this seminar will offer key strategies to increase traffic and design your visitor’s experience to be both enjoyable for them and profitable for you.
Attendees will learn ways to help their website become a top performing sales, customer service, and marketing channel.
- Learn about various website platforms available to support a growing small business
- Help your website be found by your audiences when searching online (SEO)
- Capture and engage your visitors to convert them into customers
- Discover ways to track performance using Google Analytics
- Create a checklist of essential elements to be included in your website design
The presentation will include small business industry scenarios with an opportunity for questions and answers at the end of the presentation.
Register at the link below: