Monthly Archives: March 2014

Blending LMS And Non-LMS To Encourage Learner-Centred Capabilities

I have been suffering all week from writer’s block.  What do I talk about?  Yikes, have I run out of things to say already?  It’s going to be a long 2 years… I decided to revisit the suggested readings for … Continue reading

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An Invitation For Discussion

I have an addiction.  I can’t help it.  I sneak a little bit at breaks, lunch time, and several times each evening.  It didn’t start out this way.  When I was first introduced to it, I didn’t want it.  In … Continue reading

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When You Want To Learn But The Technology Doesn’t Let You

This week our cohort was divided into groups to learn about different Learning Management Systems (LMS).  I happily found myself in the Desire2Learn group – happy because I have been using this LMS for the past 2 years at VIU.  … Continue reading

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Encouraging Critical Thinking Through e-Learning

My journey into e-learning began with moving my digital notes (PowerPoint, Word) from my own personal computer to an LMS, in this case Desire2Learn.  I thought I was on the cusp of something big, and my students would be amazed … Continue reading

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