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Investigating Indigenous learners’ experience of online learning

Davey, R.C.E. (2019) "It will never be my first choice to do an online course": Examining Experiences of Indigenous Learners Online in Canadian Post-Secondary Educational Institutions Kamloops: M.Ed. Thesis, Faculty of Education and Social Work, Thompson Rivers University I came...

More on lecture-based online learning for Teaching in a Digital Age

Wow, thanks to several readers for some great and speedy feedback on Discussing classroom-type online learning, a revision for the third edition of Teaching in a Digital Age. As a result of the feedback I have revised considerably the...

Discussing classroom-type online learning

I am slowly working on the third edition of Teaching in a Digital Age. I have added a section to the first chapter on the impact of Covid-19, and have reviewed chapters on epistemology, learning theories, and in-person classroom...

Groundhog day in online learning? What’s different this time

The pandemic grinds on I've entered 2022 with a sense of déjà vu. After nearly two years of Covid, it's like going back to the same day every day, despite vaccines and booster shots and school closures and even curfews...

Successful competency-based learning in a California school system

West, C. (2021) How to do online learning well? A California district has some answers The Hechinger Report, December 19 In my search for relevant material for the k-12 sector for the third edition of Teaching in a Digital Age,...

What I did in online learning in 2021

This is my (self-imposed) 'accountability' report for 2021, mainly for personal reasons, but it will also give readers of this blog a chance to catch up on anything you may have missed. Contracts I had three contracts to provide advice and...

Revising ‘Teaching in a Digital Age’: the Impact of Covid-19

Working on the third edition I am in the process of editing the third edition of Teaching in a Digital Age, my open, online textbook for instructors and teachers. I have four goals in mind for this edition: although it...

A Review of Online Learning in 2021

2021: still bad but better In my review for 2020, I wrote 'Goodbye - and don't come back', a reaction to the horrible year caused by Covid-19. Well, Covid-19 is still with us, and doesn't look like ever going away...

Webinar: What is Online Learning Post-Pandemic?

What As organizations and institutions look forward to post-pandemic offerings, many are examining to what degree online learning will factor into their daily operations as they create and support learning opportunities for students, staff, employees and the general public. Join a...

Curriculum design and the teaching of 21st century skills

Rayner, P.J. (2021) Curriculum and program renewal: an introduction Edubytes, November Chadha, D. (2006) A curriculum model for transferable skills development Engineering Education, Vol.1, No. 1 The Centre for Learning, Teaching and Technology at the University of British Columbia produces an...

About Tony Bates

Dr. Tony Bates is the author of eleven books in the field of online learning and distance education. He has provided consulting services specializing in training in the planning and management of online learning and distance education, working with over 40 organizations in 25 countries. Tony is a Research Associate with Contact North | Contact Nord, Ontario’s Distance Education & Training Network.