New Memberships for 2013-2014
The eLearning Consortium Canada membership is now available to additional schools. If you are interested in joining the ELCC for the 2013/2014 school year please contact: Lesley Monette, eLearning Director, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check out our "Future is Now! Online Learning Best Practices Conference" October 23, 2010 Register Here at the SEA+L Website
This Summer UOIT and ELC offer first Ontario College of Teachers AQ in Online Teaching and Learning with eLearning !
An eLearning Consortium article is now available in Our Kid's Spring Dialogue Magazine
Look for the article entitled: Independent School Collaboration: Migrating nteractive courses online by Mary Anne Ballantyne and Lesley Monette. To read the full article click here.
Consortium Presents at Best Practices Conference at Crescent School May 1, 2010
Lesley Monette, eLearning Director, Mary Anne Ballantyne, Vice Chair of the ELC Board of Directors, and Lee Hamr, ELC online teacher from Havergal College present at the SEAL Best Practices Conference at Crescent School. Click here for a Flyer outline.
Mary Anne Ballantyne, vice chair of the ELC Board of Directors on Panel at Lower Canada College workshop with Alan November
ELC presents at CAIS Best Practices Conference in Montreal
Lesley Monette and Mary Anne Ballantyne presented the CIS eLearning Consortium model to CIS teachers and administrators from across the Canada at the CAIS Best Practices Conference in Montreal.
UOIT/ELC Now Grants Teachers first eLearning AQ Credit in Ontario!
The University of Ontario Insititute of Technology, a partner with ELC in the delivery of the unique Online Teaching and Learning course co-delivered between the two organizations, will now be granting all ELC teachers who successfully complete the course an OCT AQ credit. All ELC teachers presently take this course, which develops online teaching and course development skills. This program is available to all teachers whose schools are members of the CIS eLearning Consortium, including teachers who deliver ELC courses as well as for continued professional develop of existing member school staffs.
ELC Members to present at International Conference
Lesley Monette, CIS eLearning Consortium Director, and Mary Anne Ballantyne, CIS ELC Board Member and Director of Technology and Innovation,The Bishop Strachan School , presented at The International Conference on Learning at the University of Barcelona this summer discussing the CIS eLearning Consortium. The topic of the presentation is: 21st Century Collaboration, Community and Excellence: Online Course Delivery As a Progressive and Sustainable Model of Learning for Today
(for further information click here)