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March 10, 2017

Online Learning News – March 8, 2017 / Bulletin de l’apprentissage en ligne – le 8 mars 2017

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AVAILABLE NOW: Searchable Directory of 60+ Select Journals in Online and Distance Learning
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Journals play an essential role in online and distance learning as crucial tools for sharing the latest in research, innovation, theory, practices, and events. Educators find ideas and connections, building a collective academic knowledge base that advances teaching, learning, management – and student success. Search the directory.
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OntarioLearn: 24 Public Colleges in Ontario Collaborate to Increase Student Access to and Choice of Quality Programs and Courses
OntarioLearn is a key component of online learning in Ontario. It is a consortium of Ontario’s 24 public colleges who partner to share more than 1,200 online courses and several online programs to make them accessible to students across the province and beyond…Full story
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How Open Education Will Revolutionize Higher Education: The Impact of Open Research, Open Textbooks, OERs and Open Data on Course Design and Delivery
Listen to the recording of the latest Teaching in a Digital Age webinar from February 21, 2017 with Contact North | Contact Nord Research Associate Dr. Tony BatesFull story
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This Week’s Worth Reading selections
For Faculty & InstructorsFor Instructional Designers

For Policy Makers and Administrators

Explore All Worth Reading selections

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Most Popular Links onteachonline.ca
  1. A New Pedagogy is Emerging… and Online Learning is a Key Contributing Factor
  2. Upcoming Conferences Around the World
  3. Building a Dog Skeleton
  4. Searchable Directory of Canadian Researchers in Online, Blended and Distance Education
  5. Webinars and Interviews
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DISPONIBLE MAINTENANT : Un répertoire de recherche de plus de 60 revues remarquables sur l’apprentissage en ligne et à distance
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Les revues ont un rôle essentiel à jouer dans l’apprentissage en ligne et à distance en tant qu’instruments cruciaux pour le partage de la recherche, de l’innovation, de la théorie, des pratiques et des évènements les plus récents. Les éducatrices et les éducateurs trouvent des idées et des connexions en vue de rassembler une base collective de connaissances théoriques, qui permet de faire progresser l’enseignement, l’apprentissage, la gestion – et la réussite étudiante. Faire une recherche dans le répertoire.
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OntarioLearn : 24 collèges publics en Ontario collaborent afin d’augmenter l’accès aux études et les choix de programmes et cours de qualité
OntarioLearn est une composante clé de l’apprentissage en ligne en Ontario. Il s’agit d’un consortium réunissant 24 collèges publics de l’Ontario, qui travaillent en partenariat pour partager plus de 1 200 cours en ligne et plusieurs programmes en ligne afin de les mettre à la disposition des étudiantes et étudiants à travers la province et au-delà…Lire l’histoire complète
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Comment l’éducation ouverte révolutionnera l’éducation supérieure : l’impact de la recherche ouverte, des manuels ouverts, des REO et des données ouvertes sur la conception des cours et la prestation
Vous pouvez écouter l’enregistrement du plus récent webinaire en marge de L’enseignement à l’ère numérique qui a été présenté le 21 février 2017 par Tony Bates Ph.D., associé de recherche de Contact North | Contact Nord…Lire l’histoire complète
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Les sélections de lectures intéressantes à signaler cette semaine
À l’intention du personnel enseignantÀ l’intention des concepteurs pédagogiques

À l’intention des cadres et des responsables des politiques

Explorer toutes les sélections des Publications à signaler

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Most Popular Links onteachonline.ca
  1. Une nouvelle pédagogie émerge… et l’apprentissage en ligne en est un facteur contributif
  2. Les conférences dans le monde
  3. Bâtir un squelette de chien
  4. Répertoire interrogeable de chercheures et chercheurs canadiens en éducation en ligne, mixte et à distance
  5. Les webinaires et les entrevues
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March 9, 2017

April 5 Mini Symposium

More on this up-coming Canadian event.

Canadian eLearning Network

April 5 – 7, 2017 — Vancouver, British Columbia

Canada’s premier blended and flexible learning event for classroom & online educators

Click here to view this online


Wednesday Mini Symposium

$15 daily parking ~ 1:00 – 5:00 pm followed by Social mixer

Program schedule http://2017presymposium.sched.com/

Sessions include:

  • Deep Learning — Design Thinking
  • Robotics — Coding Unplugged — Lego Mindstorm
  • Badging for PD — Blending to Competency
  • Distributed Learning Audit Workshop

Register here – Late fee applies after March 17!


Opening Keynote: Michael Furdyk – TakingITGlobal.org

Closing Keynote: Remi Kalir CU Denver & Remi(x) Learning


April 6/7 Symposium – Thursday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm; Friday 8:00 am to 2:30 pm

View the program schedule here http://2017symposium.sched.com/


Click Here for Info or to Register

Help us get the word out! Download a one-page PDF with program info:

CANeLearn Symposium Promo

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March 6, 2017

[L_OSBC_Announce] April Symposium Featured Speakers

Another reminder about this pan-Canadian event next month.

CANeLearn Symposium & DL Conference: April 5 – 7, 2017 – Vancouver, British Columbia
http://canelearn.net/symposium/

Canada’s premier blended and flexible learning event for classroom & online educators

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Featured Speakers
Click here to see this in your browser<http://canelearn.net/symposiumspeakers/>

Friday Keynote: Suzanne Hoffman – BC Ministry of Education http://sched.co/9O03

Dr. Sean Lessard – Redefining Indigenous engagement http://sched.co/9O08

Zoe Branigan-Pipe – Makerspaces & Learning Spaces http://sched.co/9O0C

Fine Arts eCademy (Navigate) – Blending classroom boundaries http://sched.co/9gZ4

François Guité – Technological & social forces shaping schools http://sched.co/9O0B

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Symposium Main Program details here<https://2017symposium.sched.com/> // Pre-conference details here<https://2017presymposium.sched.com/>
Register here<http://canelearn.net/symposium/symposium-registration/> – Late fee applies after March 17!

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Opening Keynote: Michael Furdyk – TakingITGlobal.org<http://www.tigweb.org/about/>

*   How students can change the world by getting online

Closing Keynote: Remi Kalir CU Denver & Remi(x) Learning<http://remikalir.com/bio/>

*   Technology, equity and learning
*   Design thinking for blended boundaries

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April 5 (Mini Symposium) – Wednesday 1:00 to 5:00 pm – Only $15 daily parking!
View the program schedule here http://2017presymposium.sched.com/

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April 6/7 Symposium – Thursday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm; Friday 8:00 am to 2:30 pm
View the program schedule here http://2017symposium.sched.com/

________________________________

Click Here for Info or to Register<http://canelearn.net/symposium/>

Help us get the word out! Download a one-page PDF with program info:

CANeLearn Symposium Promo<http://canelearn.net/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/CANeLearn-Symposium-Promo-Jan-2017.pdf>

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Attachments: featured-speakers.pdf

March 3, 2017

[Lists] Fwd: April Symposium Featured Speakers

Another notice about this Canadian event.

CANeLearn Symposium & DL Conference: April 5 – 7, 2017 — Vancouver, British Columbia

http://canelearn.net/symposium/

 

Canada’s premier blended and flexible learning event for classroom & online educators

 

 

Featured Speakers

Click here to see this in your browser

 

Friday Keynote: Suzanne Hoffman – BC Ministry of Education http://sched.co/9O03

 

Dr. Sean Lessard – Redefining Indigenous engagement http://sched.co/9O08

 

Zoe Branigan-Pipe – Makerspaces & Learning Spaces http://sched.co/9O0C

 

Fine Arts eCademy (Navigate) – Blending classroom boundaries http://sched.co/9gZ4

 

François Guité – Technological & social forces shaping schools http://sched.co/9O0B

 

 

Symposium Main Program details here // Pre-conference details here

Register here – Late fee applies after March 17!

 

 

Opening Keynote: Michael Furdyk – TakingITGlobal.org

  • How students can change the world by getting online

 

Closing Keynote: Remi Kalir CU Denver & Remi(x) Learning

  • Technology, equity and learning
  • Design thinking for blended boundaries

 

April 5 (Mini Symposium) – Wednesday 1:00 to 5:00 pmOnly $15 daily parking!

View the program schedule here http://2017presymposium.sched.com/

April 6/7 Symposium – Thursday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm; Friday 8:00 am to 2:30 pm

View the program schedule here http://2017symposium.sched.com/

 

Click Here for Info or to Register

 

Help us get the word out! Download a one-page PDF with program info:

 

CANeLearn Symposium Promo

 

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March 1, 2017

April Symposium Featured Speakers

Note this Canadian event.

Canadian eLearning Network

April 5 – 7, 2017 — Vancouver, British Columbia

Canada’s premier blended and flexible learning event for classroom & online educators


Featured Speakers

Click here to read this in your browser

  1. Suzanne Hoffman – BC Ministry of Education – Friday Keynote http://sched.co/9O03

  2. Dr. Sean Lessard – Redefining Indigenous Engagement http://sched.co/9O08

  3. Zoe Branigan-Pipe – Makerspaces & Learning Spaces http://sched.co/9O0C

  4. Fine Arts eCademy (Navigate) – Blending Classroom Boundaries http://sched.co/9gZ4

  5. François Guité – Technological & Social Forces Shaping Schools http://sched.co/9O0B


Click here for Main Program details // Pre-conference details here

Register here – Late fee applies after March 17!


Opening Keynote: Michael Furdyk – TakingITGlobal.org

  • How young people can change the world by getting online

Closing Keynote: Remi Kalir CU Denver & Remi(x) Learning

  • Technology, equity and learning
  • Design thinking for blended boundaries

April 5 (Mini Symposium) – Wednesday 1:00 to 5:00 pm
Only $15 daily parking!

View the program schedule here http://2017presymposium.sched.com/


April 6/7 Symposium – Thursday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm; Friday 8:00 am to 2:30 pm

View the program schedule here http://2017symposium.sched.com/


Click Here for Info or to Register

Help us get the word out! Download a one-page PDF with program info:

CANeLearn Symposium Promo

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