Month: January 2022

How Healthy Is The Sakai Community? Sakai Virtual Conference Highlights

Last November, Sakai, the most popular open source LMS from the US, held its annual conference where attendees shared pedagogical knowledge and best practices. The Sakai conference, held online this time, highlights the ability to connect and collaborate deeply with other people from different places. This year’s program included participatory workshops, online group activities, photo …

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Map of New Brunswick with Indigenous place names highlights continued presence

A new interactive map created by a Mi’kmaq legal advocacy group highlights the continued presence of Indigenous peoples in New Brunswick and their original names for key locations. Mi’gmawe’l Tplu’taqn Inc., a non-profit organization representing the nine Mi’kmaw communities in New Brunswick, curated the map to show non-Indigenous people the continued use of the land …

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Is the Hybrid Virtual Classroom just a badly photocopied lesson?

  See below for my explanation of what the Hybrid Virtual Classroom can learn form the Kindle I am fascinated by what happens to teaching and learning when it transfers from face-to-face, to video. Roles shift and relationships alter. But what happens when we combine the two? When we combine teaching in person with teaching …

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