Distance Education

E-Learning for the Workplace: Creating Canada's Lifelong Learners - Cisco Systems (2001)

Cisco Systems, a world market leader in networking technology, uses its own Internet networking solutions to train and develop its employees.

Cisco designs, develops, tests, markets and releases many new products each year. Relying solely on traditional classroom training to get employees up to speed on new products would be ineffective and inefficient.

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2013-07-22

Community-Based Learning Opportunities for Aboriginals, Winner, 2005: The Sunchild E-Learning Community Model (2005)

In 1999, the Sunchild E-Learning Community was established to develop and deliver education aimed exclusively at the needs of Aboriginal students in Grades 9 to 12 in 12 First Nations communities across Canada.

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2013-07-04

Blended Delivery: What We Learned from Pilots at Six Colleges (2012)

Between December 2010 and January 2012, Ontario’s College Sector Committee (CSC) carried out a project on “blended delivery” of adult upgrading (AU) and literacy and basic skills (LBS) programs, an approach that combines traditional classroom instruction with web-based learning.

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2013-05-31

Moving the Technology into the AU/LBS Classroom (2012)

Final Report

This brief document summarizes the components and findings of a project undertaken by Ontario’s College Sector Committee (CSC) with the goal of providing that province’s colleges with the resources to provide “blended delivery” of adult upgrading (AU) and literacy and basic skills (LBS) programs.

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2013-04-15

Blended Delivery Resource Guide: Moving the Technology into the AU/LBS Classroom (2012)

This resource guide is one component of a project aimed at helping Ontario’s colleges provide “blended delivery” of adult upgrading (AU) and literacy and basic skills (LBS) programs, an approach that combines traditional classroom instruction with online learning.

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2013-04-09

Virtual Learning Portal [Video - 3:02] (2012)

This brief video introduces Frontier College’s Virtual Learning Portal, a project undertaken by the national literacy organization in partnership with software giant Microsoft and the Canadian information technology company Compugen Inc.

The portal allows tutors and learners to connect via Microsoft Lync, which provides real-time instant messaging.

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2012-09-10

Accredited Online Colleges on the Rise (2012)

In this paper, the author suggests that distance learning is not only here to stay, but will have an unprecedented impact on the educational systems currently in place.

The promise of online learning is that it will one day deliver personalized content to every student, tailored to each individual’s learning style and presented at a pace determined by the individual’s ability and availability.

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2012-01-27

Blended Delivery: Report of Survey Results (2011)

This report offers an assessment of the current state of “blended delivery” in Ontario’s college-based adult upgrading (AU) and literacy and basic skills (LBS) programs.

Blended delivery refers to courses that combine face-to-face classroom instruction with online learning. Such an approach, also known as hybrid delivery, is used to maximize both student learning and physical resources.

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2011-07-26

Blended Delivery: A Literature Review (2011)

This literature review is part of a project designed to provide Ontario’s 24 colleges of applied arts and technology with the resources to offer “blended delivery” of adult upgrading (AU) and literacy and basic skills (LBS) programs in an efficient and effective manner.

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2011-07-26

Evaluation of the ACE for Distance Delivery Startup (N.D.)

Progress Report

In the winter of 2007, the College Sector Committee (CSC) and its partners launched a project designed to provide Adult Continuing Education (ACE) training online in both English and French to 300 learners across Ontario.

In this progress report, the author describes the project’s start-up, including the course development and test instructional phase.

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2010-12-03

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