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Author Archives: Cloudsyl
Assessment in education gets a lot of attention in research and at conferences but, in practice, many of us are still missing the mark in providing students with what they need to learn effectively. Recent research in the UK showed … Continue reading
Can the ISW integrate flexible learning options without becoming less than it can be? That was the primary question I hoped we’d explore when I accepted the invitation to participate in the ISW ProD session at UBC’s CTLT on January … Continue reading
I had the pleasure of spending part of the day last week at the JIBC Demofest in New Westminster – an event I first heard about way back in 2010 (here’s the link I found in my Diigo collection – … Continue reading
Welcome to organized chaos! Have you heard of the Unconference (see video) model? An exercise in emergent learning and collaborative organization, this year’s ETUG Fall Workshop was a deliberate deep-dive into a new way of learning together. My first ETUG … Continue reading
The natural confluence of the North and South Thompson Rivers at Kamloops, B.C. was the inspiration for the theme and title of this year’s CNIE-RCIÉ 2014 conference hosted by Thompson Rivers University (TRU). The organizers hoped that bringing together the … Continue reading