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#lifeatD2L Blog

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D2L: A Place for Learning, Growth and Flexibility

I'm often asked what it is that makes D2L such a great place to work, so I wanted to share my experience.

  • Boomerangs Are Meant to Return
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    I began #LifeAtD2L in 2012 on the Teaching and Learning Strategies team with the amazing Ken Chapman, VP, learning innovation advocacy. I loved the work I was involved in and...

  • Embracing Neurodiversity: Unmasking at Work
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    Starting a new role often comes with some uncertainties and new anxieties. For me, uncertainties with a new role turned into my AuDHD* diagnosis and the realization that D2L is...

  • 25 Acts of Hope: My Personal Story of Impact Through Blood Donation
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    Canadian Blood Services is experiencing a huge decline in donations, leading to inventory challenges for this life-saving resource. I’m proud to work at a company that’s doing its part by encouraging and supporting D2Lers to fill the gap.

Building Strong Bonds: Embracing Growth and Empowerment

Since joining D2L, I’ve experienced a drastic change in my life—both personally and professionally through the support of my manager and colleagues.

D2L Celebrates Asian Heritage Month

D2L's Employee Resource Group, the BIPOC Employee Network (BEN), presented a lunch and learn to celebrate Asian Heritage Month.

Navigating Work and Life: Insights from the Women in Leadership Event

We recently wrapped up another Women in Leadership speaker event. During the discussion, our panel provided invaluable insights into challenges and strategies that can help in achieving a healthy work-life...

Career Development and What It Means to Tina?

Now more than ever, effective career development can add value for both organizations and employees. Strategically, it can help align individual goals to organizational ones. It can make people and businesses more agile and resilient in the face of unstable economic conditions. It can also be a source of motivation for employees, letting them envision what their career path and future with the company could look like.

Turning COVID Heartbreak and Non-Profit Experience into Sales Success at D2L

I’ve always been interested in a career in sales, but I never thought that my non-profit skillset could translate in the private sector. In my first jobs, I supported individuals...

My D2L Beginnings

Two weeks into my position as Business Development Representative (BDR) at D2L, I was sitting in a Q&A Zoom session with some of the executive leadership and a few dozen...