The university is conducting a discovery project to develop an updated inventory of the current eLearning activities used by the campus community. This project will look at institutional services such as Blackboard, Elluminate, and Adobe Connect, as well as identify important activities that may take place on other platforms, services, and devices.
eLearning has become an essential part of our university experience, enabling collaboration and communication to support a rich and modern practice of teaching and learning. Our university includes many people who are actively working on leading-edge eLearning projects.
With many faculties and departments exploring new eLearning tools, strategies and pedagogies, we need to identify those that are working well, as well as those that require improvements. This will allow us to implement improved support models and extend these eLearning services more effectively to the entire campus community.
Photograph by Tim Au Yeung