There’s no doubt that the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the Future of Work – but what about its effects on the ways we learn? Join us for a timely discussion with D2L founder and CEO John Baker to learn how the future of education is here now, how COVID-19 will continue to affect educators and students heading back to the classroom in a few short weeks and a look at how education has changed in the twenty years (!!) since D2L started. This #TrueNorthTV episode is brought to you by @TD_Canada.
More about John Baker:
John founded D2L, a pioneer in edtech, in 1999 while attending the University of Waterloo. John is a strong believer in community involvement, devoting both his personal and business efforts to supporting young entrepreneurs who are developing and applying technology to improve society worldwide. He was appointed to the Governing Council of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, Member (Entrepreneurs’ Circle) of the Business Council of Canada, Business Higher Education Roundtable, Past Chair of the Board of Communitech, and is a board member of Canada’s National Ballet School. #TechForGood