e-Learning Research Overview

The Canadian eLearning Network (CANeLearn), in conjunction with Canadian researchers with decades of experience in K-12 distance, online, and blended learning, has compiled a comprehensive understanding of the research on e-learning in Canada.  Our compiled quantitative and qualitative research is based on independent studies, published research, and data from e-learning programs, Ministries of Education, and […]

Examining the Presentation of Data – e-Learning: The Students Perspective

Yesterday CANeLearn highlighted the release of Ontario Student Trustees’ Association/Association des Élèves Conseillers/ères de l’Ontario (OSTA-AECO) report on their elearning survey results and key findings, as well as focusing on the 11 recommendations that the organization made in terms of improving e-learning in Ontario (and across Canada) so that all students can have success. One […]

Report – e-Learning: The Students Perspective

Yesterday, the Ontario Student Trustees’ Association/Association des Élèves Conseillers/ères de l’Ontario (OSTA/AECO) released their e-Learning: The Students Perspective report.  While much of the popular and social media have focused on the more sensationalized, negative perspectives that often make up the minority opinion, there is a lot of positive guidance for e-learning in Ontario – and […]

[REPOST] News Article: Virtual High School Attracting Students From All Over The Globe

The original entry is available at https://k12sotn.ca/blog/news-article-virtual-high-school-attracting-students-from-all-over-the-globe/ Last week this news item was published by Blackburn News about State of the Nation: K-12 e-Learning in Canada project sponsor the Virtual High School. Jean Anne Hamilton – Virtual High School Partnerships Coordinator (Photo by Bob Montgomery) Virtual High School attracting students from all over the globe […]

Sommet des leaders en apprentissage en ligne 2019

Sommet des leaders en apprentissage en ligne Vendredi 23 août 2019 Campus Keele de l’Université York 4700, rue Keele, Toronto (Ontario) Leçons apprises du Canada et de l’étranger Préparation à l’apprentissage en ligne – Accessibilité – Extensibilité https://new.canelearn.net/sommet19/ Inscription : 95 $ (85 $ – membres de CANeLearn) – petit déjeuner et déjeuner inclus   […]

CANeLearn Leadership Summit 2019

CANeLearn Leadership Summit August 23rd, 2019 York University 4700 Keele Street, Toronto ON Lessons from across Canada and Abroad: eLearning readiness, accessibility, and scalability https://new.canelearn.net/summit19/ Registration includes Friday breakfast & lunch – only $95 ($85 for members)   Keynote Presenters Joe Freidhoff, Michigan Virtual Research Institute Mandatory eLearning: Lessons from Michigan Maxim Jean-Louis, Contact North […]

In Conversation with Stephen Hurley: Michael Barbour – Online Learning in Ontario

Earlier this week Stephen Hurley, as a part of his VoiceEd Radio show “In Conversation,” had a conversation with Michael Barbour about the recent developments in e-learning in Ontario – especially the mandate for students to take four e-learning courses in order to graduate from high school.  The session was described as: Michael K. […]

OSTA-AECO : sondage sur l’apprentissage en ligne – élèves

Depuis quelques semaines, le réseau CANeLearn interagit avec l’équipe dirigeante du « Ontario Student Trustees’ Association (OSTA)/l’Association des Élèves Conseillers/ères de l’Ontario (AECO) ». En ce moment, l’OSTA-AECO mène un sondage auprès des élèves de l’Ontario qui ont suivi ou non un cours en ligne. Nous partageons le lieu au sondage au cas où nos […]