dnorman: learning technologies*

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  1. EXTREMELY Ontario-centric, mentioning only a handful of non-Ontario institutions in Canada (fewer than the number of international institutions? weird.) Anyway. Some interesting examples.
    https://teachonline.ca/sites/default/..._online_learning_final_april_2018.pdf
  2. From Gavan at Western (now at MUN). Looks VERY useful. Will be adopting this.
    https://er.educause.edu/articles/2018...-e-learning-tools-in-higher-education
  3. The CTLT Institute is hosted three times each year by UBC’s Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology (CTLT). The Spring, Summer, and Winter Institutes feature interactive workshops where participants have an opportunity to network, gain practical ideas and share best practices with their fellow colleagues and members of the UBC Community.

    All Institutes are open to UBC faculty, staff, post-docs, graduate and undergraduate students and are traditionally held in the Irving K. Barber Learning Centre (IKBLC).

    Spring Institute
    Hosted in late May, the Spring Institute offers participants an opportunity to share practices and research around teaching, learning and technology. Workshops are interactive and provide participants an opportunity to network with fellow members of the UBC Community. Topics range from using team-based learning in the classroom to approaches to flexible learning.

    Summer Institute
    Hosted in August/September, the Summer Institute focuses on the fundamentals of teaching and learning issues. It is designed to help participants enhance their understanding of sound teaching practices and how to implement them in their teaching. Workshop topics range from refining a syllabus/lesson plan to incorporating active learning and effective assessment in their teaching.

    Winter Institute
    Hosted from November/December, the Winter Institute is a time for colleagues to come together during the mid-academic year and review innovative teaching practices. It is an opportunity to network with colleagues, review the practical application of techniques and discuss practices that are successful in varying environments.
    http://institute.ctlt.ubc.ca/about
  4. Module produced through the College Educator Development Program. Not sure how packaging it as a forced-navigation SoftChalk package adds to the experience, above what a well-produced video would do. Feels like using "interaction" to keep production costs down?
    https://www.softchalkcloud.com/lesson/serve/G8Ot1yPgbi6cTe/html
    Tags: , by dnorman (2015-09-03)
  5. There are a few different types of systems are available for these applications. Some are completely wireless, while others might require a wired connection. Still others are a hybrid, where a physical connection is required but transmission might be handled wirelessly. Choosing the best method for your client depends on how they want to use the solution for their business. Let’s take a look at some of the options currently available and spec some of the benefits of each
    http://blog.infocommblog.org/allvoice...ctTarget&utm_campaign=Update_20150304
  6. some good guidelines to consider for institutional strategy
    https://teachonline.ca/sites/default/...for_use_of_technology_in_learning.pdf
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    http://ai.umich.edu/about-ai/deil
    Tags: , , by dnorman (2017-08-27)
  8. The University of South Australia Digital Learning Strategy 2015-2020 builds on our values of innovation, scholarship, engagement and openness and outlines the vision, strategic priorities, commitments and key projects that will provide enhanced educational offerings, as articulated in the University’s strategic plan Crossing the Horizon
    2013-2018.



    View Digital Learning Strategy Video YouTube

    This strategy is a whole-of-university strategy, through which we will deliver an engaging curriculum, support our students to be productive professionals in a digital age, expand our flexible learning arrangements, develop our academics to be leaders in the digital learning experience, and inspire the entire UniSA community through life-long learning. By 2020 UniSA will be recognised internationally as a leading university for its use of innovative digital technologies to ensure a high quality student learning experience
    http://www.unisa.edu.au/digitallearning
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    http://www.edtechjournals.org
    Tags: , , by dnorman (2015-04-15)
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    http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/07294360.2017.1342609

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