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Friday, June 20 • 8:30am - 9:20am
CON9.08 – The Transformation to eLearning: A Collaborative Discussion about Lessons Learned (Room A211)

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In the fall of 2011, Curriculum and Faculty Development at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) launched an eLearning Pilot Project. This project intended to initiate a shift in curriculum to a blended learning format, lead to new Faculty Development programming, and increase activity in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL). Two years later, we have made many gains with our project, including the development and implementation of a variety of eLearning processes, implementation of Faculty Development session training on our Learning Management and Classroom Response Systems, creation of institutional guidelines on the use of these technologies, and changes to annual processes such as Course and Faculty Evaluations that maximize efficiencies. We have received positive response from faculty and students alike to our efforts, have many ongoing eLearning and Educational Technology projects, and have successfully begun a transformation to meaningfully integrate technology enabled learning into teaching practice.

The purpose of this research-informed, practice-based session is to demonstrate CMCC’s curricular transformation and facilitate a collaborative discussion on the successes and challenges facing academic institutions - their administration, faculty and those involved in education development - in the transition to a more technology enabled learning curriculum. We will present lessons learned to date from the CMCC eLearning Pilot Project and lead a process by which participants will discuss and represent the development and implementation of varied eLearning projects.



Friday June 20, 2014 8:30am - 9:20am
A211 McArthur Hall

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