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Where to find historical Canadian newspapers

In his blog, The Ancestor Hunt, Kenneth R. Marks from Arizona has done a superb job of listing the titles of historical newspapers available in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and — just added this week – Ontario and Nova Scotia, where they are stored, and which ones are available online. 22 more words

Online Learning

Action Words that Describe Digital World Learning

Can we teach pre-adolescents and teens to reflect on what’s happening as they use digital world tools and  interact with online content? Can we help them understand more about what they are doing when they work and play online? 347 more words

Digital Kids

Reflection: Why some e-Learning programs are inefficient

In his video about e-learning and instruction, Dr. Merrill states, “We can lead a horse to an empty well, but it’s still going to die of thirst if there isn’t water in it. 507 more words

Ed Tech

Building Online Communities

The idea of community is so heavily encouraged in online courses because when students feel included and when they have a sense of belonging, perhaps they feel more valuable and will be more inclined to contribute and participate. 257 more words

Ed Tech

Roadmaps

Over the past few weeks I’ve had the opportunity to meet both in-person and virtually with several of our WCS course instructors. While we covered many aspects of e-learning in our discussions, one key element kept coming up: roadmaps. 197 more words

Technology