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March 26, 2015

[CNIE-L] ICDE News

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Newsletter from the International Council for Open and Distance Education

26th ICDE World Conference – call for papers deadline fast approaching

There is now just one week left to submit papers for the 26th ICDE World Conference!

A selection of successful full paper proposals to the conference will be considered for publication in a special issue of the journal Distance Education, dedicated to the conference theme and its sub-themes.

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Global High Level Policy Forum

Be part of a different future for higher education. The Global High Level Policy Forum will be held at UNESCO headquarter in Paris, France, from9 to 11 June 2015.

Online, open and flexible higher education for the future we want.
From statements to action: equity, access, and quality learning outcomes.

The Global High Level Policy Forum is organized by UNESCO in partnership with ICDE.

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Prize of Excellence 2015 nominations invited

ICDE members are hereby invited to nominate candidates for the ICDE Prize of Excellence 2015, the global prize of excellence in open and distance education. There are three prizes including the ‘Institutional Prize’, ‘Individual Prize’ and ‘Prize for Lifelong Contribution to the field’.

In particular, we challenge ICDE members to identify and nominate an institution, association or a network of institutions for very significant achievements or contributions to the international community of open and distance education during the past five years.

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eLearning Africa – discount for ICDE members

eLearning Africa enables eLearning and ICT supported education and training professionals in Africa to develop multinational and cross-industry contacts and partnerships, as well as to enhance their knowledge, expertise and abilities.

This year’s eLearning Africa, the 10th International Conference on ICT for Development, Education and Training, will be held in Addis Ababa (Ethiopia) from 20-22 May.

ICDE members receive a discount on the registration fee. African nationals based in Africa also receive a discount on the registration fee.

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ICDE President presented the Indonesian experience at a forum on Lifelong Learning

Prof. Tian Belawati, President of ICDE and Rector of Universitas Terbuka, presented ‘Opening Access to Lifelong Learning: Indonesia Experience’ at the ASEM Forum on Lifelong Learning 2015. The forum was held in Bali from 9-12 March.

Lifelong learning opportunities in Indonesia include those for basic literacy, primary and secondary education, as well as higher education. Her presentation showcased the Indonesian government-initiated programs that are designed as lifelong learning opportunities, with an emphasis on the higher education level, which is provided through Universitas Terbuka, Indonesia’s Open University.

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Series of free webinars will explore Open Educational Resources

The LangOER project team will hold a series of five free webinars over March, April and May, with the first to be held on 25 March at 2pm CET.

Conducted by experts in the field, the webinars will explore Open Educational Resources and how they can enrich teaching and learning practice.

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CONFINTEA Research Scholarships 2015 – call for applications

The UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning (UIL) will offer four CONFINTEA research scholarships for a period of one month to researchers from UNESCO Member States, and particularly from the Global South.

Prospective scholars will be able to benefit from using UIL’s knowledge base and resources for their research in the area of lifelong learning with a focus on adult and continuing education, literacy and non-formal basic education. Scholarship holders will spend the month of September 2015 at UIL.

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UNESCO-Hamdan Prize 2015-2016 – call for nominations

The fourth edition of the UNESCO-Hamdan bin Rashid Al-Maktoum Prize for Outstanding Practice and Performance in Enhancing the Effectiveness of Teachers has opened the call for nominations.

The prize is awarded every two years and it recognizes initiatives that contribute to improving educational practices around the world, with priority given to developing countries and to marginalized and disadvantaged communities. The prize of $300,000 will be divided between three winners.

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BRICS – ministers sign the Declaration of Brasília

Experts and representatives of BRICS (Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa) countries met in Brazil on 2 March this year to discuss proposals for cooperation in professional and technological education, higher education, and joint methodologies for educational metrics.

The proposals were submitted to Brazil’s Minister of Education and the deputy ministers of Russia, India, China and South Africa. After the meeting, the ministers signed the Declaration of Brasília with the key decisions and recommendations for future initiatives in the area.

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Professional Learning To Help You In 2015

One for my Kiwi readers…

CORE’s range of professional learning services to increase your skills and knowledge.

Professional learning options

Kia Ora Michael

CORE Education has a range of professional learning options that are suitable for all sectors and all levels, no matter what stage of learning you’re at or what your goals are. Here’s a taste of what we can provide.

Customised Mentoring programme

UChoose, a customised programme where you work closely with a mentor, will enable you to gain control over your professional learning pathway, extend your skills, thinking and learning network and achieve life-changing results.

Your UChoose mentor will help you in any specific area you choose, for example how to lead change and build leadership practices; collect, select and reflect on a body of evidence for appraisal; design, plan, implement, evaluate your own inquiry; or explore an area of specialisation such as eLearning, modern learning practices or cultural responsiveness.

It’s suitable for anyone who is after specific, personalised professional learning and development. There are 6 or 12 month options starting from $1300 +gst.

Find out more

Online programmes

Future-focused and in-depth the Empower programmes will equip you with the strategies to embed change in your classroom, school or centre.

Emerging eLeaders
21 April, 18 weeks
Aspiring e-leaders will learn how to develop an e-learning planning framework, as well as how to be a connected and capable e-leader and lead professional learning effectively.
Early Childhood Digital Literacies
4 May, 8 weeks
Learn how to create strategies to integrate digital technologies into the daily curriculum that are relevant for children growing up in a digital world, including developing and implementing a digital programme for your centre.

Te Reo Puāwai Māori
18 May, 9 weeks
For beginners to develop personal te reo Māori proficiency, including how to teach it to others. Please note as part of this course, there will be a compulsory hui in Christchurch, or Wellington, in weeks 1 and 9.

Modern Learning Technology
9 June, 20 weeks
Learn how to align your school’s vision, values, and purpose with modern learning technologies, and successfully integrate digital technology in your school.
Modern Learning Practice 
27 July, 18 weeks
Create strategies for building a personalised, collaborative and reflective classroom. Learn how to organise learning in a modern learning environment and how to respond to the impacts of new and emerging digital technologies.

Permission to Play one day conference

A one day pre-conference to the annual ULearn educators’ conference, where you can give yourself permission to play – imagine, invent, design and engineer.

Immerse yourself in action-learning experiences with this hands-on conference that will allow you to roll up your sleeves and discover how to create conditions for a maker culture in your learning spaces.

$250 incl gst for the one day conference, Tuesday 6 October in Auckland. (Save $50 if you register also for ULearn15)

Breakfasts

For a bite-sized piece of PLD, CORE’s breakfast events provides the ideal start to the day. Held in Auckland, Hamilton, Wellington, Christchurch and Dunedin from 7.30–9.00am, with follow-on workshops from 9.30am–12.30pm.

Breakfast and seminar – $40+gst
Breakfast, seminar and workshop – $140+gst

For more information, visit our Events websitedownload a copy of the 2015 Breakfast programme in your area or register to receive Breakfast notifications.

Our staff

Our facilitators and the team at CORE have years of knowledge in education and are experienced facilitators, you can read more about them online. They’re always on hand to answer any questions you may have about a particular programme they’re coordinating, or talk to Mary Anne Mills or Margot McKeegan about opportunities for whole school change.

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Mind/Shift
Many teachers have long been frustrated with static, canned curriculum that doesn’t seem connected to kids’ lives, and testing requirements that drive the learning experience. So they, often in partnership with daring leaders, are pushing back…
Getting Smart
School districts nationwide are making progress on personalized learning; student access to technology is improving, teacher leaders are being identified and cultivated, blended learning strategies are being phased in. A great example is Meriden Public…
The Hechinger Report
On Monday, two Representatives, one a Democrat, the other a Republican, were putting final touches on a proposed new Student Digital Privacy and Parental Rights Act, thus joining the White House in efforts to update federal data privacy law. Almost…
New York Times
A three-year-old learning games company wants to raise the bar on how education technology start-ups measure and market the effectiveness of their products. Yogome, an educational games developer with offices in San Francisco and Mexico City, on…
Virtual School Leadership Alliance
As states adopt teacher observation protocols and frameworks to observe and evaluate teachers, such as the Danielson Group’s “Framework for Teaching,” educational leaders are determining how the process for observing online teachers is similar to…
CompetencyWorks
Tom Rooney, Superintendent of Lindsay Unified School District (LUSD), tells the story of how a father came to the high school after his son had graduated, demanding to know how it happened that his son couldn’t read. It was one of the turning points for…
EdSurge
One might expect bandwidth, data privacy and device rollouts to dominate discussions at this year’s Consortium for School Networking’s (CoSN) conference, where over 900 chief technology officers (CTO) and other administrators gathered. But the opening…
Keeping Pace
The Michigan Virtual Learning Research Institute, which is a center at the Michigan Virtual University®, has recently released its latest Virtual Learning Effectiveness Report. The study reviews virtual learning in Michigan during school year 2013-14…
Next Generation Learning Challenges
Over the winter, I worked with NGLC’s newest grantees to create profiles of their school models. As I worked with them to identify key features of their academic models, I got to see how different elements of their innovative approach to learning intersect and…
Morning Call
Keeping lesson plans varied and in motion is the mantra of a pilot program in the Parkland School District poised for expansion in the 2015-16 school year. Parkland’s Blended Learning Program, implemented last fall primarily in high school math…
The Tennessean
A bill that allows virtual public schools to operate in the state advanced through the House Tuesday. The House Finance, Ways and Means committee unanimously passed the measure, which moves to the House Calendar and Rules committee…
Chalkbeat Colorado
What do you do if you’re a school district with a successful principal? In the case of Alex Magaña, the principal at Grant Beacon Middle School, Denver Public Schools has an idea: Give him two schools.Starting in 2016-17, Magaña will oversee Grant…
Philadelphia Public School Notebook
At the start of class, 9th grader William Cook has logged on to an academic website, just as his algebra teacher, Robert Mastrangelo, instructed. “Do the reading and watch some of the videos before you do the practice,” advises Mastrangelo, who moves…
Huffington Post
Despite having been raised by two teachers and working for an ed tech company, I knew that sending my oldest off to kindergarten this year would be an education for me. Volunteering in his class, I was blown away by the range of skills these five-year…

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[Online Learning News] Online Learning News – March 25, 2015

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A bi-weekly update from Contact North | Contact Nord

Ontario’s Distance Education & Training Network

Sharing Innovation – The Ontario Pockets of Innovation Webinar Series

Stay on the cutting edge of online learning
Connect with other Ontario online learning innovators

Register today for a 45-minute free webinar on Encouraging and Supporting Online Student Engagement on Thursday, April 23, 2015, at 10:00 a.m. EST.

Hear from Thomas Ryan, Professor in the Faculty of Education at Nipissing University, about his experience and research in making the most of student engagement for enhanced learning in online courses, including:

  • When and how to use discussion boards;
  • Guiding student contributions;
  • Assessing student participations and interventions;
  • Integrating peer assessment of assignments;
  • Best practices in creating communities of learners.

The webinar features a 25-minute presentation followed by a 20-minute question and answer session.

 


Our Wrong Thinking About the Quality Issue in Online Learning

What Students (The Customers!) Really Demand

All agree that quality in post-secondary education is critical in determining not only the value of a degree, diploma or certificate, but in determining the long-term viability of a program, course or institution.

For students, the key factor is the viability and value of both the education and the credential they receive.

Quality matters.  But how quality is determined can be an inhibitor for innovation and change.

Explore this emerging viewpoint on quality in Our Wrong Thinking About the Quality Issue in Online Learning.

 


e-Textbook Initiative at Algonquin College Webinar a Sellout

The first webinar for 2015 in the Ontario Pockets of Innovation Webinar Series featuring Algonquin College’s e-Textbook Initiative on Thursday, March 12 was a complete sellout.

A total of 125 inpiduals registered to hear Glenn MacDougall, Director of Learning and Teaching Services, and Larry Weatherdon, Manager of Digital Resources discuss Algonquin’s

e-Textbook Initiative.

If you were unable to attend this webinar, you can view the recording of the webinar along with the PowerPoint presentation at www.contactnorth.ca/pockets. 

 


Lambton College 2nd Mobile Summit – May 13-15, 2015

Back by popular demand, Lambton College is again hosting the 2nd Mobile Summit for Colleges, Universities and K-12 throughout Ontario on May 13-15, 2015, at the Lambton Event Centre Sarnia, Ontario.

Mobile Learning is integrating itself into the educational system. Students are more tech savvy than ever before, everyone has a handheld device and staying on top of trends is a pressing issue.

This summit is a learning and sharing platform for educators, administration and support staff to learn about the value of mobile learning, how to integrate it into the classroom and achieving maximum results with student engagement.

Proudly sponsored by Nelson and CSI Leasing.

Visit the Mobile Summit website for more information.

 


Ontario Start-Ups

Leading Edge Online Learning Products and Services

The latest story in the series on Ontario Start-Ups, featuring examples of Ontario educational entrepreneurs offering products and services to colleges and universities, focuses on LEARNstyle, a company that helps educators and student fully utilize the wide range of Assistive Technology and software. LEARNstyle supports colleges and universities in making the choice of appropriate technologies, planning for their integration, and training of all users.

Visit the Ontario Start-Ups section on the Ontario Online Learning Portal for Faculty & Instructors and discover numerous examples of how entrepreneurs are contributing to a quality educational experience.

 


Pockets of Innovation

Innovative online approaches to teaching and learning in Ontario’s 24 Public Colleges and 22 Public Universities

Faculty and staff at Ontario’s public colleges and universities excel in providing innovative online approaches to teaching and learning – whether through blended courses, technology-enhanced learning opportunities in the face-to-face classroom, or fully online programs and courses. The Pockets of Innovation Series highlights some of these developments, as examples of creative teaching that can serve as inspirations and models across the province.

At Canadore College, online courses for apprentices in the Automotive Service Technician Program are being developed, integrating three essential components: information, practice, and test your understanding. The practice component is designed to replicate classroom discussion, with Shop Talk questions to discuss with work supervisors, supplemented by learning objects and activities with question and answer elements.

The first-year course in Sociology is offered in blended format as part of Queen’s University Blended Learning Initiative. Each online module is organized into three working sessions, concluding with review questions. Hour-long weekly tutorials focus on group activities for more engaged learning. The weekly face-to-face lectures are offered to smaller groups than the previous classroom-based format and are proving to be more popular with students.

 


Most Popular Links on the Ontario Online Learning Portal for Faculty & Instructors

  1. Educational Conferences
  2. A New Pedagogy is Emerging and Online Learning is a Key Contributing Factor
  3. Debunking the Myth about a Creative Destruction of Higher Education with Technology as the Driver
  4. Pockets of Innovation – Online Courses
  5. Pockets of Innovation Series

 


Visit the Portal today and see why it gets over 14,000 visits per month from faculty and instructors, administrators, technology providers, policy makers across Ontario and around the world.

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Partager l’innovation – La série de webinaires des Poches d’innovation de l’Ontario

Inscrivez-vous dès aujourd’hui à un webinaire gratuit de 45 minutes, intitulé Encouraging and Supporting Online Student Engagement (encourager et soutenir l’engagement des étudiantes et étudiants), qui aura lieu le jeudi 23 avril 2015 à 10 h HNE.

Vous pourrez assister à la présentation de Thomas Ryan, professeur de la Faculté de l’éducation du Nipissing University, portant sur son expérience et ses recherches afin d’optimiser l’engagement des étudiantes et étudiants envers les cours d’apprentissage en ligne améliorés, y compris les aspects suivants :

  • quand et comment utiliser les babillards de discussion;
  • guider les contributions des étudiantes et étudiants;
  • évaluer les participations et les interventions des étudiantes et étudiants;
  • intégrer l’évaluation des travaux de cours faite par les pairs;
  • les pratiques exemplaires dans la création de communautés d’apprenantes et apprenants.

Le webinaire propose une présentation de 25 minutes, suivie d’une période de questions et réponses de 20 minutes.

 


Notre fausse réflexion sur la qualité de l’apprentissage en ligne

Ce que la population étudiante (les clients!) exige vraiment

Nous sommes tous d’accord que la qualité de l’éducation postsecondaire est cruciale pour déterminer non seulement la valeur d’un grade, d’un diplôme ou d’un certificat, mais aussi la viabilité à long à terme d’un programme, d’un cours ou d’un établissement d’enseignement.

Pour les étudiantes et étudiants, le facteur clé de cet enjeu est la viabilité et la valeur de l’éducation qu’ils reçoivent et des titres de compétence qu’ils obtiennent.

La qualité est très importante. Toutefois, la manière dont la qualité est déterminée peut inhiber l’innovation et le changement.

Explorez ce point de vue émergent sur la qualité dans le document Our Wrong Thinking About the Quality Issue in Online Learning (notre fausse réflexion sur la qualité de l’apprentissage en ligne).

 


Le webinaire sur l’initiative de manuel électronique d’Algonquin College remporte un très gros succès

La présentation faite le jeudi 12 mars dernier du premier webinaire en 2015 dans la série de webinaires des Poches d’innovation de l’Ontario, portant sur l’initiative de manuel électronique d’Algonquin College, a connu un très gros succès.

En tout, 125 personnes se sont inscrites pour entendre Glenn MacDougall, directeur des Services d’apprentissage et d’enseignement, et Larry Weatherdon, gestionnaires de ressources numériques, qui discutent de l’initiative de manuel électronique d’Algonquin College.

Si vous n’avez pu assister à ce webinaire, vous pouvez en visionner l’enregistrement ainsi que la présentation PowerPoint sur le site Web à www.contactnorth.ca/pockets.

 


Le 2e Mobile Summit au Lambton College – du 13 au 15 mai 2015

À la demande populaire, Lambton College est de nouveau l’hôte du sommet de l’apprentissage mobile à l’intention des collèges, des universités et des écoles élémentaires et secondaires de tout l’Ontario. La 2e édition de ce sommet aura lieu du 13 au 15 mai 2015 au Lambton Event Centre à Sarnia, en Ontario.

L’apprentissage mobile est en train de s’intégrer dans le système d’éducation. Vu que les étudiantes et étudiants sont plus technoavertis que jamais et ont tous un appareil portatif, il est primordial de rester à l’avant-garde des tendances.

Ce sommet propose une plateforme d’apprentissage et de partage pour le personnel enseignant, administratif et de soutien afin de mieux connaître la valeur de l’apprentissage mobile, de se familiariser sur la façon de l’intégrer dans la salle de classe et de réaliser des résultats optimaux en matière d’engagement étudiant.

Cet évènement est commandité avec fierté par Nelson et CSI Leasing.

Pour obtenir de plus amples renseignements, nous vous invitons à visiter le site Web du Mobile Summit.

 


Les entreprises en démarrage de l’Ontario

Les produits et services d’avant-garde pour l’apprentissage en ligne

La plus récente publication dans la série sur les entreprises en démarrage de l’Ontario (Ontario Start-Ups), présentant des exemples d’entrepreneurs du secteur de l’éducation en Ontario qui offrent des produits et des services aux collèges et aux universités, se concentre sur LEARNstyle, une compagnie qui aide les éducateurs et les étudiantes et étudiants à utiliser pleinement la vaste gamme de la technologie d’assistance et des logiciels. LEARNstyle soutient les collèges et les universités pour leurs choix de technologies appropriées, pour la planification de leur intégration et pour la formation des utilisatrices et utilisateurs.

Nous vous invitons à visiter la section sur les entreprises en démarrage de l’Ontario dans le Portail d’apprentissage en ligne de l’Ontario à l’intention du personnel enseignant et de formation. Vous y découvrirez de nombreux exemples de la façon dont les entrepreneurs contribuent à développer une expérience éducative de qualité.

 


Poches d’innovation

Les approches innovatrices en ligne envers l’enseignement et l’apprentissage dans 24 collèges publics et 22 universités publiques de l’Ontario

Le personnel et les enseignantes et enseignants des collèges publics et des universités publiques de l’Ontario excellent à fournir des approches innovatrices en ligne pour l’enseignement et l’apprentissage au moyen de cours mixtes, d’occasions d’apprentissage améliorées par la technologie dans la classe en face-à-face ou de programmes et cours entièrement en ligne. La série Poches d’innovation souligne certains de ces développements, en tant qu’exemples d’enseignement créatif qui peuvent servir d’inspiration et de modèles dans toute la province.

Au Canadore College, des cours en ligne pour la formation en apprentissage dans le programme de technicienne ou technicien à l’entretien et à la réparation d’automobiles sont élaborés en intégrant trois composantes essentielles : l’information, la pratique et le testage de la compréhension. La composante de la pratique est conçue afin de reproduire la discussion en salle de classe, incluant des questions de « Shop Talk » à discuter avec les superviseurs du travail qui sont complémentées par des objets d’apprentissage et des activités dotées d’éléments de questions et réponses.

En marge de l’initiative d’apprentissage mixte à Queen’s University, le cours de sociologie de première année est offert sous format mixte. Chaque module en ligne est organisé en trois sessions de travail, qui se concluent avec des questions récapitulatives. En outre, des tutoriels hebdomadaires d’une heure se concentrent sur des activités de groupe afin de favoriser un engagement rehaussé envers l’apprentissage. Enfin, les cours magistraux hebdomadaires en face-à-face donnés à de plus petits groupes, que ceux du précédent format en salle de classe, ont connu une plus grande popularité auprès des étudiantes et étudiants.

 


Les liens les plus populaires dans le Portail d’apprentissage en ligne de l’Ontario à l’intention du personnel enseignant et de formation :

  1. Les conférences sur l’éducation
  2. Une nouvelle pédagogie émerge… et l’apprentissage en ligne en est un facteur contributif
  3. Démythifier le mythe sur la destruction créative de l’éducation supérieure avec comme moteur la technologie
  4. Poches d’innovation – cours en ligne
  5. Poches d’innovation

 


Visiter le Portail dès aujourd’hui afin de constater vous-même pourquoi il attire chaque mois plus de 14 000 visites du personnel enseignant et de formation, des administrateurs, des fournisseurs de technologie et des décideurs de partout en Ontario et dans le monde.

Vos collègues aimeraient-ils recevoir le Bulletin de l’apprentissage en ligne?

[CNIE-L] Colloque REFAD 28 et 29 Mai 2015 / Les compétences essentielles de l’apprenant en formation à distance

One for my Francophone readers…

Les compétences essentielles de l’apprenant en formation à distance
COLLOQUE DU REFAD – 28 et 29 Mai 2015
Vancouver (Colombie-Britannique)
www.refad.ca/colloque_2015.html

 

*** Vous êtes invités à profiter des rabais pour les personnes qui s’inscrivent avant le 31 mars 2015.

Nous vous invitons à visiter le nouveau site Web de ce colloque en présentiel et en direct sur Internet organisé par le Réseau d’enseignement francophone à distance du Canada (REFAD www.refad.ca) en collaboration avec le Collège Éducacentre.

Vous y trouverez de l’information concernant l’horaire détaillé, le conférencier d’ouverture Steve Couture (Frima Studio), les communications, les présentations, les modalités d’inscription, des renseignements complémentaires, et un formulaire d’inscription.

Colloque des 28 et 29 mai 2015: www.refad.ca/colloque_2015.html

 

Le formulaire d’inscription: www.refad.ca/echanges_2015_formulaire.html

 

* Les partenaires de l’événement :
- Le Collège Éducacentre (Partenaire principal)
- Le Cégep à distance (Partenaire privilégié)
- Le Conseil scolaire francophone de la Colombie-Britannique
– La Direction générale de l’Éducation permanente de l’Université de Moncton
– La Direction de la formation à distance de la Faculté de l’éducation permanente de l’Université de
Montréal
– Le Bureau de la formation à distance de l’Université Laval
– Le collège La Cité

– Le Collège Boréal
– Le CFORP

Grâce à la collaboration de la TÉLUQ, l’événement sera également diffusé en direct sur Internet.

Cet événement est possible grâce à un financement du Ministère du Patrimoine canadien.

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Téléphone : (514) 284-9109
Télécopieur : (514) 284-9363
Courriel : refad@sympatico.ca
Site Web : http://www.refad.ca
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– Colloque REFAD à Vancouver 28-29 mai 2015 www.refad.ca/colloque_2015.html
– Guide sur l’apprentissage mobile www.refad.ca/publications-et-rapports-de-recherche/rapports-de-recherche/guide-sur-lapprentissage-mobile-et-son-impact-sur-la-formation-a-distance-dans-la-francophonie-canadienne/
– Webographie de la FAD http://webo.refad.ca
– Étude sur le droit d’auteur en formation à distance www.refad.ca/publications-et-rapports-de-recherche/rapports-de-recherche/etude-sur-le-droit-dauteur-en-formation-a-distance-en-francais-au-canada/

 

 

 

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