Resources for Teaching and Learning Online
Announcing the latest issue of the Teaching Innovation Projects (TIPS) Journal
TIPS is an open-access journal arising from the Advanced Teaching Program within the Teaching Support Centre of Western University
It publishes articles that describe the scholarly and pedagogical foundations for workshops about a variety of timely education topics and include a comprehensive list of learning outcomes, an annotated review of relevant literature, and a detailed breakdown of potential learning activities among other elements.
The latest issue of TIPS is now online.
Distance Education Certificate Program
Comprehensive curriculum to advance your
knowledge of e-learning, teaching strategies,
technology, instructional design, evaluation and more.
Professional Certificate in Online Teaching
The Professional Certificate in Online Teaching (PCOT) offers a foundation of key principles and best practices in online teaching. At your pace and on your own schedule, you'll develop the knowledge and skills for being a successful online instructor.
* = peer-reviewed
Respondus: An assessment and survey application for e-learning (contact Wendy Burton for more information about licensing at UFV)
- Implementing the Seven Principles: Technology as Lever
- Originally appeared in print as: Chickering, A. & Ehrmann, S. C. Ehrmann. (1996, October). Implementing the seven principles: Technology as lever. AAHE Bulletin, 49(2), 3-6.
- Theory and Practice of Online Learning (e-book)
Terry Anderson & Fathi Elloumi, editors (Athabasca University, 2004)
- Web 2.0 for Content for Learning and Teaching in Higher Education (pdf)
Report from the UK, May 2007
- ZaidLearn (blog)
Devoted to open learning resources around the world; includes links to resources on learning tools, e-learning sites, open courseware sites, podcasts, and learning repositories, as well as an extensive list of other bloggers who write about e-learning.