Photo credit: @rlabonte
Welcome to the June CANeLearn News.
As the warmth of the summer break gets into full swing, and you look forward to soaking up some sun, below are some upcoming events to mark on your calendars with a brief update on e-learning across the country. Finally, some interesting resources on AI to explore over the summer.
CANeLearn is partnering with the Ontario eLearning Consortium to support its two BOLTT conferences, both hybrid events next year, with BOLTT Toronto held November 14-16 and BOLTT Ottawa May 8-9. BOLTT Toronto is a premier event for educators across Canada. Mark November 14-16 now – more details will be released in August.
In BC, CANeLearn is partnering once again with the BCEDL for the annual Digital Learning Symposium, this year with a fall and spring event (October 20 online only, April 24-26 onsite at the Coast Coal Harbour, Vancouver, portions available online.
Both the November BOLTT and April DLsymp events will gather the pinnacle of research and activities from across Canada, of interest to all educators.
e-Learning Cross Canada Update
Photo by DALL-E https://labs.openai.com/
AI: Ideas & Resources
ChatGPT and other AI have captivated the education community in the past months. The curation below is what you need to know.
Generative AI in Education – @rlabonte curation
Learning How to Use AI in Your Practice – @rlabonte curation
How to Use ChatGPT as an Example Machine – Cult of Pedagogy
ChatGPT & Education – Overview and Examples – Torrie Trust
AI Articless on ChatGPT and Education – Padlet live curation – Dr. Heather M. Brown
A Snapshot of AI Tools to Create and Curate Content – and AI Resource Hub – TeachOnline.ca
Content Creation Using AI: How AI Can Be Used to Build Courses and Learning Experiences – TeachOnline.ca recording