ETUG Spring 2014 workshop, 20/20: Reflecting on the Past; Looking to the Future. Keynote session by Jentery Sayers “Make, But Not the Brand: DIY Making after Big Data “.
BCcampus’ Alberta counterpart is sharing a fresh approach to online curriculum development that you can use and adapt for free. It’s eCampusAlberta’s updated eLearning rubric website. When it comes to employing rubrics, many post-secondary instructors use them to assess student learning (e.g. grade papers). However, eCampusAlberta’s eLearning rubric is a bit different. Rather than using it to measure your students’ work, you can evaluate your courses…. Read more »
The Open Textbook Summit took place April 16 -17, 2014, bringing together leaders in the Open Textbook field. Photos on our Flickr page capture highlights of the 2-day event.
In July, we featured our top 12 list of tools and apps for classroom use. For our best of blog post at BCcampus today, we’re compiling the list of apps and tools that were previously featured here and here to create one massive list to help you with your organization, productivity and creativity. Most institutions have learning and teaching centres where you can go for… Read more »
ETUG Spring 2011 workshop, Open4Learning. Keynote session by Alan Levine “Amazing Stories of Openness”.
Some time ago, BCcampus as part our Friday Diversion blog post series shared our 9 free and best platform alternatives to YouTube. Our alternatives to YouTube blog post continues to be one of our most viewed and highly rated online articles. Today, we’re bringing you our top 12 list of cool tools and apps for classroom use. We’re curious to know which ones you use… Read more »
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