FINAL REMINDER – State of the Nation: K-12 E-Learning in Canada – Individual Program Survey

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FINAL REMINDER – State of the Nation: K-12 E-Learning in Canada – Individual Program Survey

Just a quick reminder that the researchers for the annual State of the Nation: K-12 E-Learning in Canada study are in the process of the data collection.  As a partner of this research initiative, we are proud to be a part of the 2017 edition of the study, which is in fact the tenth anniversary edition.

To assist the researchers with the data collection process, we would ask that you visit http://k12sotn.ca/data/ and click on the province or territory where your K-12 distance, online and/or blended learning program is located.  Look at the “Individual Program Survey Responses” to see if the information for your school or program is up to date for the 2016-17 school year and that the information is accurate.  If you need to update or correct any information, you can do so at http://tinyurl.com/sotn-program-survey

If you are unfamiliar with the annual State of the Nation: K-12 E-Learning in Canada study, its purpose is to examine the current state of all forms of K-12 e-learning (i.e., distance, online and blended learning) in Canada by answering the following questions each year:

  1. How is K-12 distance, online and blended learning governed in each province, territory and federally?
  2. What is the level of K-12 distance, online and blended learning activity occurring in each province, territory and federally?

You can visit the full project website at http://k12sotn.ca/ where you can view all of the materials that have been produced to date, as well as download previous editions of the report.

We thank you in advance for your participation.

By | 2017-09-01T22:29:24+00:00 September 6th, 2017|Research Request, State of the Nation|

About the Author:

Michael K. Barbour is Associate Professor of Instructional Design for the College of Education and Health Sciences at Touro University California. He has been involved with K-12 online learning in a variety of countries for well over a decade as a researcher, teacher, course designer and administrator. Michael's research focuses on the effective design, delivery and support of K-12 online learning, particularly for students located in rural jurisdictions.