BCcampus is marking the fifth anniversary of our Research Fellows Program, which has supported 25 fellows conduct small-scale research aimed at enhancing student learning in the B.C. post-secondary sector. To commemorate this milestone, we are pleased to unveil our online magazine
The BCcampus Award for Excellence in Open Education is bestowed monthly. The award recipient this February is Natasha Ramroop Singh, assistant teaching professor in the Department of Biological Sciences at Thompson Rivers University (TRU).
This post explores the pressing issues of digital fatigue and fear by drawing on the experiences and perspectives of both faculty and students.
Post by Amanda Coolidge, executive director, BCcampus The landscape of British Columbia’s post-secondary education sector …
February 1, 2024 marked the end of an era; the B.C. Open Textbook Collection was retired and permanently replaced by the B.C. Open Collection.
On January 10, 2024, I presented a BCcampus FLO EdTech Sandbox session on the many uses of digital sticky notes in online teaching and learning environments. In this post I share the advantages of using sticky notes and offer dozens of online learning activities educators can use to encourage participation and increase engagement.
BCcampus is pleased to be celebrating the fifth anniversary of our Research Fellows Program. Over the years, we’ve proudly supported 25 Fellows in their pursuit of small-scale research aimed at exploring and improving student learning in the B.C. post-secondary sector.
This month’s award goes to Colleen Grandy, a senior instructor for both the School of Business and Leadership and the Teaching and Learning team at Yukon University. She is the first person from the Yukon to receive this recognition from BCcampus!
Post by Hanh Pham, PhD., Learning Strategist, Center for Accessible Learning, University of Victoria The …
Post by BCcampus Student Research Fellow Marta Samokishyn Even as algorithms become an integral part …