Best of BCcampus – Our Big List of Online Videos and Channels

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Over the summer, we have been highlighting a series of our best and most interesting posts we’ve published this past academic year. We had fun writing them, so we hope you enjoy reading them. For this edition, we’re focusing on online video. We started with YouTube – where over 72 hours of video are uploaded to the site every minute. And, over 4 billion hours… Read more »

Top 10 Science Videos from Astronomy to Physics

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In March, for our first Friday diversion blog post, the BCcampus editorial staff brought you 7 YouTube Channels to Make You Smarter. For April’s installment, we’ve scoured the web to bring you our top ten science videos covering astronomy, biology, geology, geometry, mathematics, technology and physics. We’d love to know which ones stimulate your thinking and ignite your imagination. A Brief, Wondrous Tour of Earth… Read more »

Beyond Textbooks: How Remote Science Labs are Capitalizing on the “Whoa” Moment of Discovery for Students

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Remote science labs offer students the opportunity to perform scientific experiments and test legitimate hypotheses using top-of-the-line, high-powered, modern instruments that are, typically, only available in privately-funded research facilities. At the end of February, BCcampus brought together the top thinkers, innovators and instructors directly involved with both NANSLO and RWSL for a series of information-sharing and planning sessions. Faculty and staff from Thompson Rivers University… Read more »