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Professional Communication Open Curriculum

This Open Education Resource (OER), developed by Olds College in collaboration with the Government of Alberta, is a series of modules intended for use in Higher Education courses…

Instructional Design Service Course: Gain Experience for Good

In this project-based Canvas Network Course, participants gain instructional design experience while developing open educational resources (OER) for instructors and learners in adult basic education programs. Over 1,600…

Creating and Using Rubrics

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#TvsZ 3.0 – 7.0

Part flash-mob. Part Hunger-Games. Part Twitter-pocalypse. Part digital feeding frenzy. Part micro-MOOC. Part giant game of digital tag.  #TvsZ is played across Twitter and other digital platforms. It…

Perforating the Classroom: How Hacking the Online Game #TvsZ 6.0 Brings Together Faculty, Students & Community Members

This session was presented at the Educational Technology for Online Learning (ET4Online) conference in 2015 The rationale for #TvsZ is simple; we call it the “perforated classroom” mode…

Perforate Your Classroom: Collaboratively Hack the Open Online Game #TvsZ 6.0

This session was presented at the Educational Technology for Online Learning (ET4Online) conference in 2015 This workshop will invite participants to explore the pedagogical value of perforating oneÍs…

LEO Learn Quick Tips – Discussions

This video was created as a resource for the Teaching Tips Workshop series at the Faculty of Extension, University of Alberta.

Facilitating Engaging Discussions

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Learning and Teaching Online: Finding the Right Blend

Two workshops were offered at the International Conference on Residency Education 2014 Target Audience: Both seasoned and new Program Administrators This session is designed for both beginning and…

CanMEDS onCore (CanMEDS Course)

The design for CanMEDS onCore, a centrally administered series of learning modules, focused on the intrinsic CanMEDS Roles, for residents at the University of Saskatchewan. These modules were…