ETUG - Educational Technology Users Group

[Spring Workshop] Call for Proposals Now Open!

"Tell it on the Mountain: Teaching, Engaging, Learning and Leading"

 

Simon Fraser University, Burnaby Mountain, BC
Thursday June 6 and Friday June 7 (Pub night Wednesday, June 5)

Deadline: Monday March 25, 2013

We welcome proposals from faculty, staff and students to facilitate a session at this year’s Spring Workshop.

“The top is a great place for vision, for spotting new opportunities for growth and development”- Stacey Allison (the first American woman to reach the summit of Mount Everest)

This spring's ETUG (Educational Technology Users Group) event asks you to consider Teaching, Engaging, Learning and Leading. We invite proposals that showcase thoughtful integration of technology into education; innovative approaches to teaching, learning, and professional development; use of open content and awareness of digital copyright issues; and plans, projects and predictions for the future.

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[Spring Workshop] Keynote Nancy White

We are delighted to welcome Nancy White as our  Spring keynote as we gather to "Tell it on the Mountain" June 6th and 7th at SFU, Burnaby campus. If you aren't familiar with Nancy and her work, here's a bit of information about her. Stay tuned for more info about the Spring Workshop.

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[T.E.L.L February] Big Blue Button

When: 12 Noon (PST) Tuesday, Feb 26, 2013

Who: Frank Fucile, BCcampus

Frank assists B.C. post-secondary institutions to implement BCcampus shared services including Moodle, Desire2Learn, Adobe Connect and Blackboard Collaborate. He also manages and facilitates the BCcampus Sandbox ...

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Meet Sue Doner from the University of Victoria

Emily Schudel, University of Victoria and also a member of SCETUG, interviews Sue Doner, Distance Education Services, Continuing Studies, University of Victoria.

Tell us a bit about where you work and what you do.

I work in the Distance Education Services (DES) unit at the University of Victoria. DES is housed in and primarily supports the Division of Continuing Studies, and my work in DES includes course development & design ...

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[Job Posting] Instructional Designer -

Thompson Rivers University

The Instructional Development and Research Group Department invites applications for two limited term Instructional Designers.

The Instructional Designer will assume responsibility for the development of Open Learning courses in a variety of subject areas and delivery modes. The Instructional Designer is responsible for the academic integrity of courses and leads course development teams composed of subject matter experts.

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February 2013