When Collège Boréal, established in 1995, moved to its main campus in Sudbury in 1997, it used videoconferencing to serve students spread across northern Ontario. Some first year courses, for the programs in its northern campuses, were transmitted through videoconferencing and then students would... Learn more about Matching Pedagogy and Technology
In 2010, distance education courses and programs offered through Continuing Education at La Cité in Ottawa were re-designed to be offered online rather than through correspondence so that students would have more flexibility and interaction in their learning.
The Centre for Adult Education and Community Outreach (CAECO) in the Faculty of Education at Brock University in St. Catharines offers part-time programs leading to a Bachelor of Education in Adult Education and a Certificate in Adult Education. Students may take the courses online or face-to-face... Learn more about Facilitator Community of Practice
Innovation in online learning is taking place across Sir Sandford Fleming College in Peterborough as professors initiate courses that are enhanced by, and offered entirely, through digital media. As the College works to develop a broader digital learning strategy, faculty, in cooperation with... Learn more about Before, During, and After Class
By 2013, Mohawk College of Applied Arts and Technology in Hamilton has a goal of positioning itself as a blended learning institution. The move to blended learning has two key goals – to enhance student learning and to reduce face-to-face time in physical classrooms.
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The Strategic Plan for Georgian College in Barrie presents its commitment to advance student access and success through a goal “to expand academic pathways and alternative learning opportunities, including continuing education programming and technology-based learning.” Students, especially those... Learn more about Faculty Training