Curious about how you can get involved with work-integrated learning projects in the upcoming semester? Riipen brings industry and academia together, with real company projects. Projects are embedded directly into curriculum, or completed as remote internships. Riipen is hosting a free webinar May 11, 2021 from 1:00pm – 2:00pm, register here. Can’t make it? No problem, sign up anyway and Riipen will send you a recording.
Educational Technology Committee
Educational Technology Committee (ETC) hosts a series of free lunch and learn webinars. Visit edtechcontario.ca for available dates and details on how to register.
ETC’s Advancing Learning Conference 2021 will be hosted by Seneca College from June 8 – 10, and will be a virtual conference. The theme of this year’s conference is “Dare to be Curious” and is about exploration, experimentation, and fostering creativity to deepen and enhance learning for our students. In keeping with the theme, we will have interactive and hands-on sessions, many opportunities for sharing and discussions with colleagues, and engaging keynote speakers. Visit advancinglearning.ca for more information and details on how to register.
Ontario Extend is a micro-credentialed professional learning program grounded in the belief that the impact of learning should be the primary motivator for creating technology-enabled and online learning experiences. It aims to empower educators to explore a range of emerging technologies and pedagogical practices for effective online and technology-enabled teaching and learning. Visit extend.ecampusontario.ca to learn more about their six Ontario Extend modules.
College Educator Development Program
Our colleagues in the western region; Conestoga, Fanshawe, Lambton, Mohawk, St. Clair and Niagara have developed six online learning modules. These are the online version of their College Educator Development Program (link) and are being made available to us under a creative commons license. These modules are intended to provide individual professors with opportunities to gain competency in, or brush up on, areas of teaching practice that are common to educators across professions and disciplines.
Each module is 5 or 6 hours of work.