Cloud Computing Opportunities for Post-Secondary Education – In part two of this three-part series on cloud computing, find out what opportunities this growing area may have to offer to enhance both learning and research.
Learn how Sault College and Durham College have teamed up to develop a hybrid model for apprenticeship education.
Find out how Queen’s University is using online technologies to support new ways of learning for medical students.
Learning analytics offers an opportunity to move colleges and universities from a culture of perception to a culture of evidence. But how can they best be used? What are the potential benefits to students? What are the risks?
Find out how PEAR - a peer evaluation, assessment, and review tool - developed at the University of Guelph is making student peer review easier to administer and more practical for learning.
Learn how Loyalist College created a fully functioning virtual border crossing to train students studying to be Border Services Officers.
How to Take Online Learning in Ontario to the Next Level: Lessons from the US, Australia and British Columbia – Find out what Ontario can learn from other jurisdictions when it comes to online learning.
What can Ontario colleges and universities learn from developing countries about online learning and how can it help us function more effectively and efficiently? Watch the third video in our series from online learning expert Sir John Daniel.
Check out our six-part series on Learning Management Systems: Disruptive Developments, Alternative Options and the Implications for Teaching and Learning.
Find out how faculty at the University of Ottawa is using iPads to deliver feedback on student assignments - part of our series highlighting the many Pockets of Innovation in Ontario’s public colleges and universities.
Find out how the eDome at Sudbury’s Cambrian College is serving as a hub for electronic learning in northern Ontario - part of our series highlighting the many Pockets of Innovation in Ontario’s public colleges and universities.
What role does online learning currently play when it comes to long-term institutional strategy? Get candid perspectives from a cross-section of Ontario’s College and University Presidents.
Open Educational Resources – What would an OER strategy for Ontario mean for public colleges and universities, faculty, government and students?
Watch a new video by online education expert Sir John Daniel on the three developments that are transforming online learning.
Lifelong Learning as a Key Driver of Innovation in Post-Secondary Education – A commentary on the March 9th speech by the Honourable Glen Murray, Minister of Training, Colleges and Universities on his vision for post-secondary education in Ontario.
Find out how the Digital Media Zone at Toronto’s Ryerson University is using technology to help students grow the businesses of the future - part of a series highlighting the many Pockets of Innovation in Ontario’s public colleges and universities.
Learn the ten reasons why Ontario is Canada’s leader in online learning.
Watch a short video by online education expert Sir John Daniel on how technology will break the “iron triangle” of post-secondary education, delivering wider access, higher quality and lower cost all at the same time.