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Manitoba Post-secondary

Manitoba Post-Secondary News Roundup

Carley McDougallNews


Congratulations to all the graduates celebrating their convocation. With all the excitement of graduation, we’ve got a roundup of the news happening across Manitoba post-secondary institutions. Feeling really behind on the news? Check out April’s Manitoba post-secondary news roundup here. Parkland’s first net-zero energy home opens its doors Carpentry students under faculty supervision from Assiniboine Community College have completed work … Read More

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Manitoba Post-Secondary News Roundup

Carley McDougallNews


Another year of classes and exams have come to an end. Spring is in the air and the excitement of summer is just around the corner. Here is April’s roundup, featuring news and events from Campus Manitoba and post-secondary institutions in Manitoba. RRC becomes province’s first post-secondary to offer credit for Armed Forces experience Thanks to a new partnership at … Read More

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Manitoba Post-Secondary News Roundup

Carley McDougallNews


Red River College, Indspire announce $1M in bursaries to advance Indigenous achievement Continuing their commitment to support Indigenous student success, Red River College and Indspire have announced $1M in bursaries to help the Building Brighter Futures: Bursaries, Scholarships and Awards program. “This financial support we’ve created demonstrates our commitment to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s Calls to Action,” … Read More

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DisruptED19 conference wrap-up: What we learned about educational technology

Carley McDougallBlogs, Conference Wrap Up


Every aspect of our lives is becoming increasingly tech-driven, and the education industry is no different. But the future is somewhat unknown: what changes will educators and students face? What skills will be valued? And how will we all work together to adapt to our changing environment? To find out these answers, as well as how to keep Campus Manitoba … Read More

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Transition Study: In-person to online learning

Carley McDougallBlogs


Have you ever taken an online university or college course? According to the 2018 National Survey of Online and Digital Learning, one in five students have taken at least one online course, and online learning currently makes up between 12-16 per cent of all credit-based teaching in Canada. The number of students completing their entire education online is growing as … Read More

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