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June 11, 2018

June Newsletter

Note this pan-Canadian newsletter.

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Welcome to the June CANeLearn News

With school year-end fast approaching, thoughts slip into summer sun-seeking and slumber by the local watering hole.  This newsletter provides some brain food for those welcomed idle times.

For those interested in planning their own personal learning next year, there is a wealth of PD opportunities to scan now.  This month’s newsletter also includes links to books and articles to explore by your “pool” over your summer break.

As always, please forward this news to your own network(s) using the tools at the bottom.

Featured Events

Featured Events

BOLTT is a semi-annual fast-paced conference hosted in TORONTO each October and OTTAWA each May that focuses on the needs of:

  • Elementary/Intermediate/Secondary/Adult eTeachers/Hybrid Teachers/Blended Learning Teachers
  • eRegistrars/DeLCs/eLCs/TeLT-Cs
  • Technology/Instructional Consultants/Coaches

Sessions include:

  • Innovative practices and approaches in online course development, delivery, assessment, communication, and student tracking and reporting
  • Impactful tools to enhance online course instruction or assessment
  • Unique online learning programs, projects, and initiatives.

BOLTT Toronto Fall Conference ~ October 25/26 Downtown Toronto

BOLTT Ottawa Spring Conference – May 9/10 Downtown Ottawa


Upcoming PD – Mark your calendars!

blendED2018: Alberta’s Blended and Online Symposium

  • October 10-12, Edmonton AB
  • Keynote: Will Richardson
  • Call for proposals closes soon!

Saskatchewan Distance Ed Conference

2019 Digital Learning Symposium

  • April 7-9, Burnaby (Vancouver) BC
  • Reserve your group at last year’s price before July 15!
  • Dialogue, networking, sharing, creating, and learning
  • Call for proposals coming soon


Stay Connected!

  • Use #CANeLearn to stream specific items of interest to members. Join the conversation!
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  • Check out our Members’ Site
  • Join CANeLearn – only $50 for associate membership!

In the News

CANeLearn Board Retreat

  • The CANeLearn board of directors will be meeting July 8-10 in Edmonton, hosted by the Black Gold Regional School Division
  • The meeting will address input from our member survey and help shape direction for CANeLearn’s next 2-3 years
  • For more background see “About Us” or download the current strategic plan here (PDF)

MindShare May Report

State of the Nation: K-12 E-Learning in Canada Updates

Summer Reading & Musings…


Book Choices

Handbook of Research on K-12 Online and Blended Learning (2nd Ed)

  • The Handbook is an edited collection of chapters that present the current state of research in K-12 online and blended learning.
  • Lead researchers for the State of the Nation: K-12 e-Learning in Canada annual report, Randy LaBonte and Michael Barbour, wrote a chapter on “An Overview of eLearning Organizations and Practices in Canada”  (see Chapter 43 on page 601).
  • Download a copy here

Humans Wanted: How Canadian youth can thrive in the age of disruption

  • Book introduction: “CANADA, WE HAVE A PROBLEM. We’re hurtling towards the 2020s with perfect hindsight, not seeing what’s clearly before us. The next generation is entering the workforce at a time of profound economic, social and technological change. We know it. Canada’s youth know it. And we’re not doing enough about it.”
  • See what Tony Bates advises about this “must read book” on his blog here (a quicker read with a summary and analysis of the book)
  • OpEd on the report from the Globe and Mail here
  • Download a copy of the report here (PDF)

Summer Reads for Teachers from Common Sense Education

  • Topics include digital citizenship, social media, finding facts in a world of disinformation, and technologies
  • Find out more here

Digital Technologies in Schools 2016-17 (New Zealand)

  • This report details the results of the 2016/17 Digital Technologies in Schools Survey (New Zealand), in which 464 schools (339 primary schools and 125 secondary schools) participated.
  • Full report here (PDF)

NMC/CoSN Horizon Reports

  • 2017 K-12 Edition here (links to report and digital toolkit)
  • CoSN to replace and reinvigorate the K-12 edition (read about it here)
  • Click here for the 2018 Higher Education Edition (PDF)

Articles of Interest

Pockets of Innovation in Online Learning

  • Post-secondary examples from Contact North where online pedagogy, technologies, and tools are used to improve student learning experience
  • English version (185+ examples)
  • 24 Poches d’innovation sélectionnées disponibles maintenant en français

Ten Guiding Principles for Using Technology in Learning (2018 Updated Version)

  • For educational institutions at the secondary, college and university level
  • Fundamental guiding principles to drive decisions and policy-making with respect to technology in learning
  • Click here to download (PDF)

Must-Read Books on Online Learning — From Contact North

  • Features books and articles of interest to faculty and instructors teaching online and at a distance, instructional designers, administrators, and policy-makers
  • Click here for links to categories and lists of articles

From the MVLRI Research Clearinghouse

Michigan’s K-12 Virtual Learning Effectiveness Report

  • The report highlights 2016-17 enrollment totals, completion rates, and the overall impact of virtual courses on K-12 pupils
  • Links to infographics, report, and recorded webinar here

MVLRI Research

Exploring the Impact of Student-, Instructor-, and Course-Level Factors on Student Learning in Online English Language and Literature Courses BinBin Zhang

  • The number of K-12 students taking online courses has increased tremendously over the past few years. However, while most current research in online learning focuses either on comparing its overall effectiveness with traditional learning or examining perceptions or interactions using self-reported data, scant research has looked into online design elements and students’ learning outcome in K-12 settings. This report seeks to explore how the combination of three main online education components – student, instructor, and course design – contribute to students’ online learning success in high school English language and literature courses.

At-Risk High School Students Recovering Course Credits Online: What We Know and Need to Know Samantha L. Viano

  • The majority of American high school students enrolling in online education are doing so in credit recovery courses. These are online courses specifically for students who previously failed a face-to-face version of the course. Despite the popularity of credit recovery courses, the literature on online learning largely ignores credit recovery courses and students. Assuming credit recovery students are similar to other online learners can be misleading. In this article, the existing literature on credit recovery is reviewed in 3 specific areas: the proliferation of credit recovery courses, the student experience in credit recovery courses, and outcomes and impacts of credit recovery. Suggestions are given for how to advance the credit recovery literature in future research of online learning.

Exploring Factors That Promote Online Learning Experiences and Academic Self Concept of Minority High School Students Alex Kumi-Yeboah, James Dogbey & Guangji Yuan

  • The rapid growth of online education at the K-12 level in recent years presents the need to explore issues that influence the academic experiences of students choosing this method of learning. In this study, we examined factors that promote/hinder the learning experiences and academic self-concept of minority students attending an online high school. Qualitative interviews were conducted with twenty-four African American, and sixteen Hispanic high school students. The results showed that collaborative learning activities, access to resources, time convenience, student-teacher interactions, student-student interactions, improved academic behavior, and parental support helped to enhance online learning experiences and academic self-concept of the minority students. On the contrary, the lack of social presence, and the lack of cultural inclusion in course content constrain online learning experiences and academic self-concept of the students. The findings revealed some similarities between factors that influence minority students learning experiences online, and in face-to-face setting. The study also highlighted the need for teachers of online courses to understand the cultural backgrounds of minority students, and to use their knowledge to improve the learning experiences and academic self-concept of these students. Implications for teaching minority high school students in an online environment, as well as suggestions for future research are provided.

An Examination of High School Students’ Online Engagement in Mathematics Problems Woong Lim, Ji-Won Son, Susan Gregson & Jihye Kim

  • This article examines high school students’ engagement in a set of trigonometry problems. Students completed this task independently in an online environment with access to Internet search engines, online textbooks, and YouTube videos. The findings imply that students have the resourcefulness to solve procedure-based mathematics problems in an online environment without formal instruction. This article suggests that self-directed online learning could be more effective for solving procedure-based problems than multi-step problems. Moreover, to be successful in online learning environments, students may need training to improve keyword searching skill and their ability to utilize various online learning tools.

Happy reading!


Adventures in Archives


2018 Digital Learning Symposium

  • Links to recordings of selected keynotes and workshop sessions
  • Links to presentations and curated notes

Canada Moodle Moot

  • Recording links posted in plenary sessions for Rooms 003 and 005

OpenCon 2018 K-12 Athabasca

2017 Leadership Summit


Click here for all archives


2017 BOLTT (Bringing Online Teachers Together) Conference

Presentation Padlet archives here:

blendED 2017: Alberta’s Blended & Online Learning Symposium

Links to Curated Notes in Program Session Descriptions:

Video Archive of Selected Presentations:

The Canadian eLearning Network (CANeLearn) is a Canadian registered not-for-profit society with a mission to provide leadership that champions student success in online and blended learning by providing members with networking, collaboration, and research opportunities.

“CANeLearn’s mission is to provide leadership that champions student success in online and blended learning.”


June 8, 2018

Call for Presenters: DE Conference 2018

Note the call for presenters for this Canadian K-12 distance, online, and blended learning conference.

Hello colleague! You are receiving this email because you attended the Building Student Engagement in Distance and Blended Learning conference last year.  At the end of the conference, a new planning committee was appointed to begin the process of planning the next conference.

The theme for 2018 is Supporting Online Learners.  At this stage in the planning process, the planning committee is looking for individuals interested in presenting at the conference. The link below will take you to a Google form for individuals that are interested in volunteering to present/facilitate sessions at the conference. The conference will take place on October 15th and 16th in North Battleford Saskatchewan.

On behalf of the planning committee, thank you to everyone willing to present/facilitate a session at the conference. Those individuals who volunteer will be contacted in September to make final arrangements for the conference.

Thank you.

Dean Squires
Principal – Masinahikana School (
Telephone: 1-844-425-8946 EXT: 2

June 6, 2018

CIDER Session June 6, 2018 And Open Call

Note this webinar later this morning.

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Dear CIDER Member,

We invite you to our final session for the 2017-18 CIDER Sessions series on Wednesday, June 6, 2018. This free, online session will feature Michael Barbour and Randy LaBonte with this year’s installment of the State of the Nation: K-12 E-Learning in Canada report.

Title: State of the Nation: K-12 E-Learning in Canada

The 2017 issue of the State of the Nation: K-12 E-Learning in Canada report marks its 10th year, and the fifth year of the Canadian eLearning Network’s (CANeLearn) support of this research. The report continues to be Canada’s own benchmark for the expanding use of technology-supported blended and online learning in Canada.

The anniversary report continues the traditional incisive analysis of the state of K-12 e-learning in Canada as well as an expanded collection of research briefs and a description of several vignettes providing considerable insight about innovation and new approaches emerging in online and blended practices in K-12 programs across Canada. Full results of the research and work undertaken in this study, including all annual reports and associated papers, are published on the State of the Nation: K-12 E-Learning in Canada project website ( This session will provide a synopsis and overview of the latest version of this annual report.

When: Wednesday, June 6, 2018 – 11am to 12noon Mountain Time (Canada)

Where: Online through Adobe Connect at:

Registration is not required; all are welcome. CIDER Sessions are recorded and archived for later viewing through the CIDER website. For more information on CIDER and our Sessions, please visit us at:

Please note that it is important to set up your system prior to the event. Make sure your Mac or PC is equipped with a microphone and speakers, so that you can use the audio functionality built into the conferencing software. The Adobe Connect platform may require an update to your Flash Player; allow time for this update by joining the session 10 minutes prior to the scheduled presentation.


Open Call! Do you have research you would like to share with the CIDER audience? Contact us at to propose a session for our 2018-19 season. Spaces are available for both established researchers and emerging voices.


CIDER sessions are brought to you by the International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning (IRRODL) and the Centre for Distance Education, Athabasca University: Canada’s Open University and leader in professional online education. The Sessions and their recordings are open and available to all, licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

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Canadian Initiative for Distance Education Research

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June 4, 2018

Canadian and Global Open Learning – Professional Learning Opportunities

From the inbox on Friday.

Hello all-
Just wanted to tell you about an amazing MOOC (Massive Open Online Course -which means it is free and open to anyone) about open learning and open educational resources.
My friend, Jenny Haymen who works with eCampus Ontario (a Canadian educational leader in innovative online learning and digital technologies) has a course focused on open learning and open educational resources called Making Sense of Open Education:
Welcome to the Making Sense of Open Education mini-MOOC. This course will run with live facilitation from June 1-15, 2018with an engaged group of global participants including experienced community peers to support learning and networking. This will be an introductory-level course designed for …

Also – there is a webinar at 7 am MDT on June 6 about with guest Robin DeRosa about open pedagogy:

Here is the link to the updated Rocky View Schools  Digital Literacies blog:
Spreading the love of open networked learning – in the hopes of figuring “this” out collaboratively…..

Verena Roberts
Educational Consultant
BEd, MALT, MET, EdD (in progress)
Twitter: @verenanz


May 31, 2018

Online Learning News – May 30, 2018 / Bulletin de l’apprentissage en ligne – le 30 mai 2018

A newsletter from yesterday’s inbox.

May 30, 2018 | View Online | Archive | Subscribe | Contact Us La version française suit

Selected Pockets of Innovation Now Available in French and Spanish as Well as English

Read 24 selected Pockets of Innovation in French, Spanish as well as English

Another special offering by Contact North I Contact Nord to recognize the global nature of innovation in effective ways of serving students in higher education by expanding the reach to growing international communities of innovators.

The 24 Selected Pockets of Innovation Pockets available in French and Spanish are organized in 8 Key Topics, with the first topic offering examples of Models of Hybrid Learning. The English-language version of the Pockets featured under this heading can be read at St. Lawrence College, OntarioUniversity of Ottawa, Ontario and Università Ca’ Foscari, Italy.

For access to Selected Pockets of Innovation in French, click here.

For access to Selected Pockets of Innovation in Spanish, click here.

Read the 2018 Updated Version!

Ten Guiding Principles for Using Technology in Learning

Educational institutions at the secondary, college and university level, service and technology providers from the public and the private sectors are investing significant funds, time and energy in technology for learning.

There is a critical need to articulate the fundamental guiding principles to drive decisions and policy-making with respect to technology in learning.

Read the Ten Guiding Principles for Using Technology in Learning 


Can the Universities of Today Lead Learning for Tomorrow? The University of the Future

This monograph describes four future scenarios for the university of the future, including a virtual university and a different kind of university, which is called Disrupter University. The premise is clear: social and economic forces coupled with emerging technologies (especially AI) require universities to change both what they offer and how they operate – “business as usual” is not an option. Written Ernst & Young (EY) Australia, the monograph is well worth reading. 

Read the monograph


Ten Key Developments Changing the Dynamics of Universities and Colleges

Contact North | Contact Nord’s special series of 11 Insight Reports on the latest topics and trends in online and distance learning from leading experts around the world is now available on

From competency-based and outcome-based learning to e-portfolios, this report provides an overview of the top 10 key developments in technology-enabled learning, challenging us to rethink what we are doing, how to accomplish what needs to be done and who we are able to serve.

Read the full report


Contact North | Contact Nord’s Sortable Directory of Online, Open & Distance Learning Associations and Consortia Throughout the World

Contact North | Contact Nord created this non-exhaustive list of online, distance and open learning associations and consortia around the world, providing links to websites (if available) to widen access to the valuable information offered by each.

Explore the directory 

CNEN16042018e.jpg New Additions!

Must-Read Books on Online Learning
features books and articles that may be of interest to all those involved in the expansion and improvement of online learning.

For Faculty & Instructors 

Robot-Proof: Higher Education in the Age of Artificial Intelligence

For Instructional Designers 

Artificial Intelligence Applications in Distance Education

For Policy Makers and Administrators 

Open and Distance Education in Australia, Europe and the Americas: National Perspectives in a Digital Age

Explore All Must-Read selections 


Call for Proposals Extended!

ONLINE LEARNING 2018: Global Summit & EdTech Expo, Teaching & Learning in the Digital Age

October 16 – 18, 2018 at The Westin Harbour Castle, Toronto, Canada

Contact North | Contact Nord invites you to submit a proposal by JUNE 30 to share your knowledge, insights, experience and understanding about online, blended and technology-enhanced learning in higher education with colleagues, practitioners, online learning experts, government policy-makers, and private sector providers from around the world in Toronto, Canada at ONLINE LEARNING 2018: Global Summit & EdTech Expo.



Register Now!

27th EDEN Annual Conference:
June 17-20, 2018 – Genova, Italy

EXPLORING THE MICRO, MESO AND MACRO: Navigating between dimensions in the digital learning landscape

EDEN is proud to announce its 27th Annual Conference organized around the themes of micro, meso and macro learning aspects of distance and e-learning.

Networking and interactivity, sharing and discussion will be core aspects of the conference experience, focusing on what you can learn from and with your peers.

For more information and to register visit

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Le 30 mai 2018 | Voir en ligne | Archiver | Souscrire | Contactez nous Les hyperliens dans ce bulletin donnent accès à des documents disponibles en anglais seulement.

Une sélection de grappes d’innovation est maintenant offerte en français et en espagnol, de même qu’en anglais 

Vous pouvez consulter une sélection de 24 grappes d’innovations en français et en espagnol, de même qu’en anglais 

Les innovations conçues pour améliorer l’appui à la clientèle étudiante inscrite aux études supérieures sont un enjeu dont la portée est désormais mondiale. Conscient de cette évolution, Contact North I Contact Nord propose un nouvel outil destiné à la communauté grandissante d’innovateurs à l’échelle internationale. 

Les 24 grappes d’innovation maintenant offertes en français sont regroupées en fonction de huit dossiers clés. Le premier propose des exemples de modèles d’apprentissage hybride :

L’initiative d’apprentissage hybride au St. Lawrence College à Brockville, Cornwall et Kingston au Canada forme le personnel enseignant sur l’art de la conception des cours hybrides 

Un cours de science-fiction de l’Université d’Ottawa rend l’apprentissage hybride autre chose que futuriste à Ottawa au Canada 

Allier l’ancien et le moderne – L’utilisation des MOOC et de l’apprentissage mixte pour enseigner l’écriture cunéiforme des Babyloniens à l’Università Ca’ Foscari en Italie 

Lire l’édition actualisée de 2018!

Dix principes directeurs pour l’usage de la technologie dans l’apprentissage

Les établissements d’enseignement des paliers secondaire, collégial et universitaire ainsi que les fournisseurs privés et publics de services et de technologies investissent temps, énergie et des sommes considérables dans la technologie de l’apprentissage.

Un grand besoin se fait sentir d’articuler les principes directeurs de base qui doivent guider les décisions et l’élaboration des politiques à l’égard de la technologie dans l’apprentissage.

Lire ici au sujet des dix principes directeurs pour l’usage de la technologie dans l’apprentissage 

L’université d’aujourd’hui peut-elle incarner l’apprentissage de demain?

Cette monographie présente quatre scénarios d’avenir qui caractérisent l’université de demain, notamment celui d’une université virtuelle, puis celui d’un nouveau modèle que l’on qualifie d’université perturbatrice. La prémisse est simple : en conjuguant les technologies émergentes (particulièrement l’intelligence artificielle) et les forces socio-économiques du changement, les universités doivent modifier leur offre et leurs façons de faire – le statu quo est intenable. Cet ouvrage rédigé par Ernst & Young (EY) Australie captive et mérite d’être lu. 

Consultez la monographie

CNFR17042018c.jpg Dix transformations majeures qui modifient la dynamique au sein des universités et des collèges

La série spéciale de 11 Rapports de perspectives produite par Contact North | Contact Nord sur les plus récents enjeux et tendances en matière d’apprentissage en ligne et à distance, préparés par d’éminents experts à travers le monde, est maintenant disponible sur

Cette communication propose un survol de 10 transformations majeures en matière d’apprentissage assisté par la technologie qui nous obligent à revoir nos pratiques, à repenser ce qui doit être accompli et à préciser qui sont ceux et celles que nous sommes en mesure de servir. Cette réflexion se penche notamment sur les questions d’apprentissage fondé sur les compétences, celui axé sur les résultats, de même que l’usage qui est fait des portfolios numériques.

Lire le rapport intégral

Répertoire des associations et consortiums d’apprentissage en ligne, ouvert et à distance à travers le monde publié par Contact North | Contact Nord 
Contact North | Contact Nord a créé une liste non exhaustive d’associations et de consortiums œuvrant dans l’apprentissage en ligne, ouvert et à distance à travers le monde. Ce répertoire fournit des liens vers des sites Web (le cas échéant) afin d’élargir l’accès à l’information précieuse qui est offert par ces organismes.

Explorer le répertoire

Nouveaux ajouts!
Les lectures essentielles sur l’apprentissage en ligne proposent tout un ensemble d’ouvrages et d’articles d’intérêt pour ceux et celles qui œuvrent au développement de l’apprentissage en ligne.À l’intention du personnel enseignant 

Robot-Proof: Higher Education in the Age of Artificial Intelligence (À l’épreuve des robots : l’éducation supérieure à l’ère de l’intelligence artificielle)

À l’intention des concepteurs pédagogiques 

Artificial Intelligence Applications in Distance Education (Les applications de l’intelligence artificielle en formation à distance)

À l’intention des cadres et des responsables des politiques

Open and Distance Education in Australia, Europe and the Americas: National Perspectives in a Digital Age (La formation à distance et la pédagogie ouverte en Australie, en Europe et dans les Amériques : des perspectives nationales à l’ère numérique)

Consultez l’inventaire de lectures essentielles sur l’apprentissage en ligne


Appel à propositions prolongé!

ONLINE LEARNING 2018 : Sommet mondial et Expo EdTech L’enseignement et l’apprentissage à l’ère numérique

Du 16 au 18 octobre 2018 au Westin Harbour Castle, Toronto, Canada

Contact North | Contact Nord vous invite à partager d’ici le 30 juin votre savoir, vos idées perspicaces, votre expérience et votre compréhension en matière d’apprentissage en ligne, mixte et amélioré par la technologie dans l’éducation supérieure avec des collègues, des praticiennes et praticiens, des experts de l’apprentissage en ligne, des décideurs gouvernementaux et des fournisseurs du secteur privé, provenant de partout dans le monde, durant l’évènement ONLINE LEARNING 2018 : Sommet mondial et Expo EdTech – L’enseignement et l’apprentissage à l’ère numérique à Toronto au Canada.

Soumettre votre proposition maintenant! 


Inscrivez-vous dès maintenant!

27e Conférence annuelle EDEN

Du 17 au 20 juin 2018 – Gênes, Italie

Le MICRO, le MÉSO et le MACRO : savoir naviguer les eaux de l’apprentissage numérique et ses multiples facettes

EDEN (le réseau européen de formation à distance et d’apprentissage numérique) est fier d’annoncer la tenue de sa 27e conférence annuelle qui portera sur les facteurs d’apprentissage micro, méso et macro de la formation à distance et de l’apprentissage numérique

Le réseautage et l’interactivité, le partage et l’échange seront au cœur de cette conférence, l’accent étant placé sur ce que l’on peut apprendre de, et avec, nos pairs

Pour plus d’information et pour vous inscrire : 

Les liens les plus populaires du portail
  1. A New Pedagogy is Emerging… and Online Learning is a Key Contributing Factor (Une nouvelle pédagogie émerge… et l’apprentissage en ligne en est un facteur d’influence)
  2. Developing Hybrid MOOCs to Serve Diverse Learners at Karlstads University, Sweden (Élaboration des MOOC (cours en ligne ouverts à tous) hybrides au service des apprenantes et apprenants à la Karlstads University, Suède)
  3. Searchable Directory of 1,700 Upcoming Education and Technology Conferences from Around the World(Un répertoire de recherche sur plus de 1 700 conférences à venir sur l’éducation et la technologie dans le monde)
  4. Tools and Trends (Les outils et les tendances)
  5. Quantum Leaps You Can Expect in Teaching and Learning in the Digital Age – A Roadmap (Vous pouvez vous attendre à un bond quantique dans l’enseignement et l’apprentissage à l’ère numérique)
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