“Digital literacy is intended to support accessible, inclusive, and equitable digital environments for members of the post-secondary system. This work assumes that digital literacy will support people as they move from the post-secondary system into the workforce.”  — Ministry of Post-Secondary Education and Future Skills Digital Learning Strategy, June 2022 

Digital Literacy Project  

BCcampus is working in partnership with the Ministry of Post-Secondary Education and Future Skills and the Digital Learning Advisory Committee (DLAC) to deliver open educational resources and professional development to amplify the provincial Digital Learning Strategy and the eight competencies in its Digital Literacy Framework:  

  • Ethical and legal considerations 
  • Technology supports 
  • Information literacy 
  • Digital scholarship 
  • Communication and collaboration 
  • Creation and curation 
  • Digital well-being 
  • Community-based learning 

Do you have materials that relate to these themes that could be openly licensed and shared with the B.C. post-secondary system? If so, please get in touch through our Digital Literacy Project: Call for Open Content.

Facilitating Learning Online (FLO) 

The FLO program continues to evolve to meet the needs of today’s instructors. Our offerings are designed to meet educators where they are in terms of experience and available time. 

Learn more about Facilitating Learning Online  

Educational Technology Users Group (ETUG) 

The ETUG is an eclectic and friendly group of educational technology and learning design professionals who work with BCcampus to deliver workshops and conferences to advance teaching and learning through technology in B.C. higher education. 

Open Educational Technology Collaborative (OpenETC) 

The OpenETC provides open educational technologies and open infrastructure for the post-secondary sector of B.C. This generous group operates through a concept of “contributions, not contracts” — participating institutions share what they can to keep things going for all. If you value alternatives to commercial, close-sourced educational technologies, you will want to check out the OpenETC. 

Supported technologies: 

  • WordPress – A powerful open-source content management system and more. OpenETC has developed a one-click installation service to help students quickly set up and start designing their own secure WordPress instance. 
  • Mattermost – An advantageous and accessible open-source alternative to online communication tools like Slack or Microsoft Teams.