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2011 The Year of Open

Posted by Paul Stacey on 22 December 2011 | 2 Comments

Tags: OER, open educational resources, copyright, Creative Commons, open data

Republished with permission from Paul’s blog EdTechFrontier

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Systemic collaboration is our strategy

Posted by David Porter on 21 December 2011 | 0 Comments

Tags: strategic plan

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Wanted: high-school aged youth for ApplyBC user-testing

Posted by admin on 12 December 2011 | 0 Comments

Tags: ApplyBC

Are you around high-school aged or do you have a high school-aged daughter, son, relative, friend, or neighbour? …

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Behind the Scenes of an Open Event

Posted by Sylvia Currie on 21 November 2011 | 0 Comments

This week I participated in a debate organized by the Selkirk College Teaching and Learning Institute: “Is the internet making you smarter?” An open invitation was extended to all by Theresa Southam, coordinator for the Institute. Being new to social media combined with her very part-time position at the college, Theresa requested a little help with event promotion and engagement. She is interested in opening up more events both in an effort to engage faculty and staff across the geographically distributed Selkirk campuses, but also to invite others beyond the walls of the college…

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Over 800 new resources added to SOLR

Posted by Scott Leslie on 18 November 2011 | 0 Comments

Tags: SOLR, oer

During the past few weeks we’ve seen a couple of bulk imports add to the number of resources available to BC educators for free in SOL*R

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Evergreen strategic planning

Posted by David Porter on 16 November 2011 | 0 Comments

Tags: strategic plan

At BCcampus we monitor a number of sources for new information about strategic initiatives with systemic focus, internationally, nationally and regionally. We keep an “evergreen” plan bubbling on the front burner, review it annually, and then take it forward to our Strategic Council for review and ratification. The plan provides the framework for our annual service plan that is funded by the Ministry of Advanced Education…

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ApplyBC discussions – shared forms can be a winner

Posted by Randy Bruce on 10 November 2011 | 0 Comments

Tags: ApplyBC

ApplyBC (previously PASBC) is the provincial service that anyone can use to apply to BC’s public post-secondary institutions…

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Is the Internet Making Us Smarter?

Posted by Sylvia Currie on 10 November 2011 | 0 Comments

Heck YES or Heck NO? Join the debate at Selkirk College!…

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ApplyBC discussions – real-time reporting capabilities

Posted by Randy Bruce on 3 November 2011 | 0 Comments

Tags: ApplyBC

ApplyBC (previously PASBC) is the provincial service that anyone can use to apply to B.C.’s public post-secondary institutions…

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State of Online Address

Posted by Paul Stacey on 2 November 2011 | 0 Comments

Tags: WCET

BCcampus is a member of the WICHE Cooperative for Education Technology (WCET). WCET’s mission is to accelerate the adoption of effective practices, advancing excellence in technology-enhanced teaching and learning in higher education. We like WCET as it is one of the few organizations that really brings together consortia based organizations like BCcampus from across North America. Attending their annual gathering and conference gives us a chance to see the latest education technology innovations and to benchmark ourselves agains other consortia…

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