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Office Closure
Thursday, December 13, 2018

The Council on Higher Education wishes to inform all stakeholders that the CHE office will be closed for the festive

Introduction to Technology-Enabled Learning is a massive open online course (MOOC) jointly offered by the Commonwealth of Learning and Athabasca University in Alberta, Canada. Using up-to-date learning design and simple, accessible technology, the course runs on an easy-to-use learning platform available via the Internet.

The course, which starts on 6 November 2017, is designed for teachers in secondary education, post-secondary education and vocational education, who want to build on their knowledge and practice in teaching and learning with technology. It will run over five weeks and requires approximately three to five hours of time each week. The course offers flexibility with options for learning the content, in order to accommodate teachers' busy schedules.

You will learn from readings, videos, discussions with other participants and instructors, meaningful exercises, quizzes and short assignments. Certification is available for those who wish to complete all required exercises and quizzes.

The course is led by Dr M. Cleveland-Innes and Dr N. Ostashewski, both from the Centre for Distance Education at Athabasca University.

To register, visit

 A brochure for the course can also be downloaded from COL's open access repository.

Please forward this to those in your network who may be interested in this course.

Thank you. 

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