Blended Learning Resources


        
 
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 e-Channel Blended Learning Resource Guide
   
Author(s):   Contact North
Published:   July 2018
Funder:   Employment Ontario
   
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A short guide to help Literacy and Basic Skills (LBS) service delivery agencies understand how to use a blended learning approach.

   
File(s):  PDF document e-Channel Resources guide.pdf
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Linked to:   OALCF



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 Blended Learning in LBS: What It Is and How it Works
   
Author(s):   Contact North
Published:   March 2018
Funder:   Employment Ontario
   
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A short video explaining what blended learning is and how it works.

   
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URL:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=2&v=qlFoJUgSzJk
   
Linked to:   OALCF



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 Registering for e-Channel programs
   
Author(s):   Contact North
Published:   February 2018
Funder:   Employment Ontario
   
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A short video explaining how a learner registers for an e-Channel program.

   
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URL:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=1&v=oZYbIExQ-m8
   
Linked to:   OALCF



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 Blended Learning: Myth Busting
   
Author(s):   Community of Practice Collaboration
Published:   September 2017
Funder:   Employment Ontario
   
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Slide and webinar transcript outlining the top ten myths about blended learning.

Playback link can be found below.

   
File(s):  PDF document online_community_of_practice_for_lbs_-_myth_busting_webinar_sep_2017_wit.pdf
URL:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jmhiuSNUvWY&list=PLbWQVkumzbUcbi-j2jRH7n4mx7EZfkGnA&index=14
   
Linked to:   OALCF



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 Blended Learning: It's NOT About Body Snatching
   
Author(s):   Community of Practice Collaboration
Published:   October 2017
Funder:   Employment Ontario
   
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This webinar addresses the concerns of some Literacy and Basic Skills organizations that referring learners to e-Channel programming might mean losing credit for the work their organizations do with referred learners. The webinar reviews how Milestones can be shared between your organization and eChannel and reported in CaMS.

Slide and webinar transcript about blended learning.

Playback link can be found below.





   
File(s):  PDF document online_community_of_practice_for_lbs_-_it27s_not_about_body_snatching-_oc._.pdf
URL:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F6A6zd7MREA
   
Linked to:   OALCF



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 Blended Learning: Best Practices for Makin' It All Work!
   
Author(s):   Community of Practice Collaboration
Published:   November 2017
Funder:   Employment Ontario
   
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This webinar reviews how working with e-Channel can help you and your Literacy and Basic Skill organization even as you juggle the many other tasks that support your learners. The webinar provides examples of what success can look like for organizations taking advantage of e-Channel blended learning and provided some tips and strategies to use.

Slide and webinar transcript outlining best practices for blended learning.

Play back link can be found below.



   
File(s):  PDF document transcript_slides_ocp_webinar_3_-_best_practices_for_makin_it_all_work_-_nov_2017.pdf
URL:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=heaKyg6Qe3w&list=PLbWQVkumzbUcbi-j2jRH7n4mx7EZfkGnA&index=14
   
Linked to:   OALCF



Resource:
 Blended Learning: How to Make it a Win
   
Author(s):   Community of Practice Collaboration
Published:   January 2018
Funder:   Employment Ontario
   
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This webinar addresses questions and concerns such as these: have you ever hesitated before registering your learners to e-Channel Blended Learning? Do you sometimes feel that your technology skills are not up to par to properly support your learners? Do you fear that blended learning might take away from your other LBS activities or impact your targets? The webinar reviews what supports are available to make working with e-Channel blended learning a win for LBS organizations, practitioners, and their learners.

Slide and webinar transcript about blended learning.

Play back link can be found below.


   
File(s):  PDF document howtomakeitawin-blendedlearning_transcription.pdf
URL:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ws8LkqtaswQ&list=PLbWQVkumzbUcbi-j2jRH7n4mx7EZfkGnA&index=17
   
Linked to:   OALCF



Resource:
 Blended Learning: Tips and Tools from the Front Line
   
Author(s):   Community of Practice Collaboration
Published:   February 2018
Funder:   Employment Ontario
   
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Slide and webinar transcript about blended learning.

Playback link can be found below.


   
File(s):  PDF document Online Community of Practice for LBS - Tips and Tools from the Front Line - February 2018.pdf
URL:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=256daY8a3BQ&list=PLbWQVkumzbUcbi-j2jRH7n4mx7EZfkGnA&index=18
   
Linked to:   OALCF



Resource:
 Digital Discoveries: Digital Learning Resources
   
Author(s):   Community Literacy of Ontario
Published:   January 2012
Funder:   Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities
   
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Digital Learning Resources is provided to help literacy practitioners and students begin to explore digital technology.

   
File(s):  PDF document digital_discoveries.pdf
URL:  http://www.communityliteracyofontario.ca/wp/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/digital_discoveries.pdf
   
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 Digital Literacy - Internet Matters
   
Author(s):   ABC Life Literacy
Published:   Unknown
Funder:   Unknown
   
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ABC Internet Matters empowers Canadians who aren’t comfortable using the internet with the knowledge they need to get started. Through the program, adults develop a deeper understanding of what the internet is, how they can access it affordably, and how it can help them do the things that are important to them, their families, work, and community. The program is structured around a three-hour workbook-based workshop. The workbook is also available for free download for home use once you sign up.

   
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URL:  https://abclifeliteracy.ca/internet-matters/
   
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