This workshop will provide an overview of what technological innovation is and what entrepreneurship is, as well an overview of the Entrepreneurial Mindset, the Lean Launchpad methodology, the Business Model Canvas and the Lean Canvas.
On March 10th, McGillians from around the world will join forces for McGill’s annual day of giving, #McGill24. Show fellow Education students, researchers, and our future leaders that you support them by taking part in this 24-hour fundraiser.
Here are three easy steps you can take to prepare for #McGill24:
On McGill24, Sharing is Caring:
Introducing McGill Education’s Social Sharing Contest!
On March 10th, McGillians around the world will celebrate McGill24, our online day of giving. To create awareness and inspire participation, the Faculty of Education is giving away two $50 gift cards: one to Chapters Indigo and another to local favorite Italian snack bar, Mano Cornuto!
Working at your desk today? Spending too many evenings on the couch? Time to get up and move! Being Harte healthy is the Baum: Join McGill Kinesiology and Physical Education students, Jordan Harte and Tyler Baum as they lead you in a fun fitness break on McGill24!
IHDW and Participatory Cultures Lab are pleased to invite you to "Making Connections Through Methods: Photo and Object Elicitation" on Wednesday, March 10th from 10:30 to 11:30 AM (EST).
Everyone is invited to Stephen Davis' GradTalk about the inclusion and learning experiences of refugees within the French immersion context in the Canadian prairies.
This talk, hosted by the Plurilingual Lab and DISETalks, will be held on Thursday, March 11th, 2021 from 12PM-1PM EST.
Stephen Davis is from the University of Regina.
This event is free and will be held online.
The learning objective of this workshop is to understand the fundamentals of the Design Thinking Methodology and how it promotes innovation.
This event is part of a series of workshops, see the complete Winter 2021 schedule here! Each workshop allows McGill student participants to receive CCR recognition under the personal and professional development section.
This workshop will provide an overview of the different types of market research, how to analyze the competition, and the resources available at McGill to perform market research. Our market research librarian Amanda Wheatley will walk us through some of those resources using a new market research canvas tool.
Is your startup thinking about applying for the Startup Internship Program? Do you want to learn more about this opportunity and how it can benefit your startup?
McGill Engine's Associate Director will be present to walk you through the program and answer questions!
This workshop will demystify and explain the various form of intellectual property (IP), namely, patents, industrial designs, copyright, trademarks, and trade secrets. We will then do some actual patent searching with our librarian April Colosimo using the DERWENT worldwide patent database.
This workshop will provide an overview on the customer discovery process and then delve deeper into how to conduct customer interviews and how to iterate on your business model canvas.