Techno-Pedagogy

The Teaching and Learning Support Service (TLSS) workshops on techno-pedagogy address various aspects of the use of technologies in higher education, and aim to provide support to faculty members.

They will provide you with advice and assistance in developing strategies that support teaching, and educational use of technologies, such as:
  • developing techno-pedagical scenarios
  • designing environments and mediated learning tools
  • integrating new TI in teaching initiatives
  • operating and using various tools used in the development of techno-pedagogical projects

If you wish to get training on a techno-pedagogy topic that we do not currently offer, please contact us so we can discuss the possibility of adding this topic in one of our future series.

While we offer workshops related to techno-pedagogy, we also provide workshops on pedagogy. Click here to find out more...

 

Library

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Library F2020

Mélanie Brunet, Copyright Services Librarian

Congratulations! You have received a Shared Online Project Initiative (SOPI) grant or funding from eCampusOntario’s Virtual Learning Strategy (VLS) and will be releasing your project under a Creative Commons licence. But what does that entail? What happens to your intellectual property? Can you use resources from the Library’s collections for your project? Can you incorporate third-party content protected by copyright and does fair dealing apply? How can you combine content published under different licences? This webinar will provide answers to these questions and more to ensure that your project is open and reusable while respecting copyright. Partners from other universities are welcome to attend!  

*A link will be sent to registered participants the day before the webinar.

Wednesday, 23 June 2021 - 13:00 to 14:00

Library F2020

Mélanie Brunet, Copyright Services Librarian

This webinar will outline the dos and don’ts of using copyrighted-protected materials in your courses, whether they are in person or online, synchronous or asynchronous. What can be added legally to Virtual Campus? Can you show a film via Zoom? We will examine copyright exceptions for educational purposes, the use of multimedia content, open access publications and open educational resources, and how to take advantage of the Library’s collections through its course reserve service.

*A link will be sent to registered participants the day before the webinar.

Wednesday, 23 June 2021 - 15:00 to 16:00

Library F2020

Mélanie Brunet, Copyright Services Librarian

Looking for a free, one-stop shop to create, share and discover interactive learning objects like quizzes, timelines and interactive images? eCampusOntario’s H5P Studio is for you! In this introductory workshop, you will learn how to find and reuse existing interactive elements and how to create your own using the open-source H5P plugin. You will also learn how to add this interactive content to your courses in Brightspace.

*A link will be sent to registered participants the day before the webinar.

Thursday, 24 June 2021 - 11:00 to 12:00

Library F2020

Mélanie Brunet, Copyright Services Librarian

Looking for a free, one-stop shop to create, share and discover interactive learning objects like quizzes, timelines and interactive images? eCampusOntario’s H5P Studio is for you! In this introductory workshop, you will learn how to find and reuse existing interactive elements and how to create your own using the open-source H5P plugin. You will also learn how to add this interactive content to your courses in Brightspace.

*A link will be sent to registered participants the day before the webinar.

Wednesday, 04 August 2021 - 13:00 to 14:00

Library F2020

Mélanie Brunet, Copyright Services Librarian

Looking for teaching materials to integrate to your courses and that all your students will be able to access on the first day, wherever they are? Consider using open educational resources! OER are free and can be reused and adapted to your course without the usual copyright restrictions. Sign up for this webinar to learn how to identify open educational resources, how to look for them on the Web, and how they can have a positive impact on your teaching and your students.

*A link will be sent to registered participants the day before the webinar.

Thursday, 05 August 2021 - 11:00 to 12:00
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