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Level Up 2020/21 

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The Hub invites you to share your tips about how you are staying afloat this year.

Share your personal tips on:
  • How you are finding time for teaching and learning during a pandemic
  • Easy and simple ways you have set up your Moodle course
  • Ways you are engaging with students during synchronous class time
  • Ways you are designing and delivering asynchronous learning
  • Ways you are encouraging peer-to-peer discussions
  • Self-care, health, and wellness tips
You may just help someone else who needs an SOS this semester!
Share Your Tips
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Coming Soon: Fall Study Week

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October 26 - 30, 2020

During Fall Study Week, the Hub Team will be delivering P.D. and hosting discussions. The full lineup of sessions will be released Tues October 13th.

Reminder: The Learning Centre will be in full swing for Study Week offering Staff and Peer Tutoring for students that need support to catch up on their studies.

Virtual Teaching Tips

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Many Ontario and Canadian Colleges continue to create great resources for virtual and fully online teaching and learning. Here are 3 great options:

  1. 220 Pockets of Innovation in Online Learning curated by Contact North.
  2. Supplement your content with open educational resources (OER) or switch to an open textbook for Winter! OER are no-cost, digital resources you can use in your courses to help students achieve learning outcomes. Explore your options in the eCampusOntario Open Library and the BCcampus Open Library. BCcampus is adding a lot of new trades and technology resources to their work and have a handy OER by Discipline Directory.
  3. Digital Pedagogy Webinar Series from Kwantlen Polytechnic University in B.C.

Netiquette Infographic

Netiquette: 5 easy strategies for communicating online

As students adapt to new methods of job training, they must also behave as professionals online. The following infographic highlights 5 effective strategies to implement netiquette (proper behaviour for online communication). Feel free to share it with your students to promote a respectful online environment.

Download Netiquette Infographic (PDF)
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