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Join CODE for case stories on tech-enabled learning and teaching

July 05, 2018
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The Centre for Online and Distance Education (CODE) invites you to join an upcoming event: Seven Case Stories of Technology Enabled Learning and Teaching in CODE Courses.

The free event, to be held on Tuesday,  July 10, will feature seven design stories based on the themes of ‘teaching without borders’ and ‘teaching through design’. Each story highlights a journey that showcases how lived experiences in designing technology-enabled courses support student and teacher engagement in learning through course design, including: 

Teaching Without Borders

Changing Online Spaces: Heesoon Bai, Faculty of Education; Alex Stewart, CODE PD

Learning With Out Borders: John Welch, HRM Program, Department of Archaeology

•  Particimpaction©: Linking Theory and Practice: Dianne Jamieson-Noel, CODE PD

Think Like a CEO! Digitally Enhanced Student Empowerment in a Graduate Program - GDBA Ranga Venkatachary, CODE PD

 Teaching Through Design

Multidisciplinary Place Tags: Polars Bear Adaptation in Churchill, MB: Barry Magrill, CODE PD• Fitness in the Field: Shashi Seth, CODE PD

An Interactive Journey Through Digital World War II Timelines: Lauren Rossi, Department of History

When: Tuesday, July 10 , from 10 a.m. – 12 noon 

Where: Burnaby Campus, Halpern Centre Room 126

Register here