Welcome to January CANeLearn News.
Long gone are the thoughts for many of us of the warm waters of a vacation. If you were lucky enough to be somewhere similar pinch yourself!
This newsletter, the first for 2018, highlights several events of interest, links to news and announcements, along with a curated list of research and articles relevant to leaders and practitioners of blended and online learning.
K-12 Open Conference (online – free!)
Building the K-12 OER Teacher Network
Thursday, Jan. 25, hosted online by Athabasca University
Program details & registration at OpenCon2018
Canada Moodle Moot 2018
February 21-24, Toronto YorkU
Program details & registration at moodlemoot.ca
April 18-20, Richmond, BC
Annual Digital Learning Symposium brought to you by the BC Partners in Online Learning and the Canadian eLearning Network
Frontiers of Innovation: Curriculum Change in Online Learning Environments.
Dialogue, networking, sharing, creating, and learning
In the News
Common Sense Education
Best EdTech of 2017
State of the Nation: K-12 E-Learning in Canada Updates
Steve Dotto’s Tech Toolkit
Searching Copyright – from @dougpete
Twitter EDU – The Twitter Guide
Why I Left Silicon Valley, Ed Tech, and “Personalized” Learning
Taking stock of 2017: What we learned about personalized learning
From Contact North: 2017 Top Online Learning Books Worth Reading
That was 2017 in online learning
OLTD/MEDL Major Project and Process Papers
From the MVLRI Research Clearinghouse k12onlineresearch.org.
Adventures in Archives
2017 Leadership Summit
Check out presentations, curated documents & video recordings!
2017 BOLTT (Bringing Online Teachers Together) Conference
Presentation Padlet archives here:
The Canadian eLearning Network (CANeLearn) is a Canadian registered not-for-profit society with a mission to provide leadership that champions student success in online and blended learning by providing members with networking, collaboration, and research opportunities.
“CANeLearn’s mission is to provide leadership that champions student success in online and blended learning.”