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MindShare Learning Announces Strategic Office Move to York University Technology Enhanced Learning Building (TEL)

Toronto, Ontario: Wednesday, January 26, 2011-MindShare Learning, a leading EdTech strategy consulting firm and Publisher of Canada's Leading, Learning & Technology eMagazine announced today it has moved its offices to York University's Technology Enhanced Learning Building.


York University is Canada's third largest university and strategically located in the heart of the Greater Toronto Area. "We're elated to have secured office space in one of Canada's leading academic and technologically advanced institutions," says Robert Martellacci, founder and president of MindShare Learning. "The synergies are many and complementary to our core business."


"I'm thrilled that MindShare Learning moved to York University's Technology Enhanced Learning Building. I look forward to the possibility of collaboration that the opportunity will provide," says Dr. Ron Owston, Director, Institute for Research on Learning Technologies. 


Mr. Martellacci is a proud graduate of York University, a former administrator and active alumnus. He is currently serving on the York University IRLT advisory board and is Chair of the York University hockey alumni committee. "It's certainly a homecoming of sorts and a place where we have many long standing mutually beneficial relationships. We've been waiting for this opportunity for a number of years," says Martellacci.

About MindShare Learning


MindShare Learning, a division of Martellacci & Associates, Inc., is Canada's leading EdTech strategy consulting to learning & technology providers in the K-12, HED and corporate learning markets. Its mission is to connect business and education to support student success. MSL is also the proud publisher of the MindShare Learning Report-Canada's Leading, Learning & Technology eMagazine. MSL's partial client list includes: Adobe (Macromedia), Blackboard Inc., Dell, Discovery Education, EPSON, GlobalScholar,, Microsoft Canada, Pearson Education, RM PLC UK, Softease Ltd. UK, netTrekker, IMSI (, CERC (Canadian Education Resources Council), SMART Technologies, Tech4Learning, NECTAR Foundation and ERDI Canada.


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About York University IRLT


The Institute for Research on Learning Technologies (IRLT) has a broad mandate to engage in systematic inquiry, discussion, and information sharing related to the uses of technology in teaching and learning. Originally established in 1987 within the Faculty of Education as the Centre for the Study of Computers in Education, the Institute became a university-based research unit in June 2001 and was re-named. IRLT encourages the formation of links with faculty members across the university and with schools, government, and industry to provide collaborative, multidisciplinary approaches to research problems and issues.

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