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Adapting and OER: Part 2, 'The Why'

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We close out our OER mini-series this week by examining a few of the benefits of adapting a text to post-secondary education. Whether you’re changing a chunk, a chapter, or engaging with a full resource, incorporating new perspectives into an OER is worthy and wonderful pursuit. Adapting for New Dynamics Digital teaching and learning have become the new normal in … Read More

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Adaptation and OER: Part 1, 'The Process'

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Routines in teaching and learning require a different kind of focus this year. Adaptation has truly become a way of life. Over these past few months, Manitoba has come together as a community and confronted new work challenges, to ensure that the fall semester is a go. Every year, part of the teaching process is selecting learning materials for students. … Read More

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Finding Comfort: Ancillary Resources in Digital Teaching and Learning

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By now, you have probably settled into the idea of working remotely. But that doesn’t mean it’s easy. Ancillary resources are important tools to ‘bridge the learning gap.’ Working from the comfort of home might be downright uncomfortable. Perhaps you’re battling an unstable internet connection, a child who can’t find her ‘ice cream pants,’ a dog that won’t stop barking, … Read More

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The Next Heroes of Education: A Briefing

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From March 2-6 this year, we celebrated Open Education Week: a global recognition of the ongoing work in all levels of education to incorporate Open Educational Resources (OERs) into Teaching and Learning. During the week, we shared content and engaged in discussion to better understand the Open Education landscape in Manitoba. We also released important mission briefings on our social … Read More

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