Hacking education in a digital world
The Canadian post-secondary landscape has long incorporated digital technologies in its delivery model and, in the context of the current global pandemic, technological change has accelerated at a rate never before seen. Institutions have been faced with both a challenge to adapt and an opportunity to re-evaluate their approaches to teaching and learning.
How can colleges and institutes transform learning options to provide better access to postsecondary education for all Canadians in the context of a pandemic, and how can the success of the transformation be measured?
In this episode, our expert guests will explore the scope of the post-secondary transformation, emerging best practices, and its impacts in the distant and not-so-distant future.
Author, creator, and producer
President and CEO of Lethbridge College and chair of CICan’s Board of Directors.
President & CEO of First Nations Technical Institute
Research Director of the Canadian Digital Learning Research Association
Professor in the School of Education and Technology at Royal Roads University & Canada Research Chair in Innovative Learning & Technology