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The TEDxManitoba Videos Are Up!

Published on March 13, 2011 By Lhavelock

The TEDxManitoba videos are now live on the official TEDx YouTube station! Watch, share, and let us know what you think in the YouTube comments.

While You Wait: TED Videos Played at TEDxManitoba

Published on March 1, 2011 By Lhavelock

FYI: The TEDxManitoba videos will be posted by March 15! Big thanks to our friends at Studio Media Group for recording and editing the event. We’re all very excited to be able to watch the talks again, share them with our friends, and further contemplate their meaning. So while you’re patiently waiting, here are the [...]

Streaming Live Tomorrow: TEDxManitoba!

Published on February 14, 2011 By Lhavelock

Watch TEDxManitoba Live Online. TEDxManitoba. 18 speakers, 2 musical performances, and plenty of ideas worth spreading in the heart of the prairies. We hope you can join in by viewing the live stream tomorrow for the whole day, or even just your coffee break. Share your thoughts and reactions with friends, colleagues and classmates – [...]

21st Century Teacher Skills: TEDxManitoba Speaker Les Foltos

Published on February 13, 2011 By Lhavelock

The countdown is on! TEDxManitoba is happening in less than two days, so to keep you satisfied until it all begins (8am CST this Tuesday, February 15th) here’s another introduction to one of the 18 speakers: Les Foltos Peer Coaching – 21st Century Teacher Skills As the Director of Educational Innovation at Peer-Ed, a Seattle, [...]

TEDxManitoba: The Inside Scoop

Published on February 11, 2011 By Lhavelock

Uptown Magazine recently caught up with TEDxManitoba committee member Lisa MacKenzie for an inside scoop on the event, the speakers, almost a year’s worth of planning, and the attendee selection process. (Check out the full article here.) “Thinkers and doers unite! by Marlo Campbell Winnipeggers will have the opportunity to experience the TED concept in [...]

Helping the Swiftest Be Swifter: TEDxManitoba Speaker Len Brownlie

Published on February 10, 2011 By Lhavelock

A hundredth of a second can mean the difference between standing on the podium and standing in the audience. At TEDxManitoba on February 15th at 10:00am CST, Dr. Len Brownlie will share his insights into how wind tunnel technology contributed to Canada’s record-breaking efforts in the 2010 Winter Olympics. A former Winnipegger, now living in [...]

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