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The Canada OER Group

Trent GillAnnouncements, News


This post was originally published by BCcampus about the Canada OER Group. It is shared here under a CC-BY 4.0 license.  To combat the inflated prices of textbooks across Canada, many provinces are working together towards a common goal – to save students money. Starting in 2016, BCcampus initiated the Canada OER Group, which is comprised of members representing various open … Read More

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Campus Manitoba joins national conversation about flexible learning

Trent GillEvents, News


Online learning was a popular topic of two national conferences recently attended by Campus Manitoba’s Associate Director, Kim Grenier Mintenko. Kim has overseen Manitoba’s online learning platform since its launch in 2014. She was invited to CICan 2016 in Quebec City and CAUCE-CNIE 2016 in Waterloo to talk about Campus Manitoba’s work in student mobility, flexible learning, and eCourses MB. The conferences … Read More

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Set Your Course at Canadian Immigrant Career Fair

Trent GillEvents, News


On Monday, May 30th, Canadian Immigrant‘s Career, Education, and Settlement Immigrant Fair was held in downtown Winnipeg. The fair featured diverse sponsors, exhibitor booths, and speakers’ workshops led by experts in various fields of interest to new Canadians, from careers to immigration law. Other highlights included an online resumé clinic, career clinics, small business clinic, speed mentoring, and networking. Campus Manitoba was … Read More

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Campus Manitoba at MADLaT 2016

Trent GillEvents, News


WINNIPEG, MB — The Manitoba Association for Distributed Learning and Training (MADLaT) annual conference was held at Red River College from May 12-13. Educators from universities and colleges in Manitoba and beyond were brought together to discuss open learning, open resources, and open minds in 2016. Campus Manitoba was in attendance to talk about our recent work in open educational resources, transfer credit, and … Read More

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Set Your Course draws turnout at Rotary Career Symposium

Trent GillEvents, News


WINNIPEG, MB — This week, representatives from Campus Manitoba attended the Rotary Career Symposium with a simple message: “Choosing your future doesn’t have to be as intimidating as it sounds. While there are many factors to consider, help is available.” Campus Manitoba was on location to talk to students about Set Your Course, a new website that makes the transition to post-secondary … Read More

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