The Correspondent is our student newspaper. Here you can read up on the latest in distance learning from the perspective of our students, teachers, and staff. We like to include things like profiles of our teachers, student success stories, and tips for success. And what would a student newspaper be without a little bit of silliness and a whole lot of fun? You’ll find that here too.
Have a look back at 2014/15 in the latest edition of the yearbook. Complete with stories, photos, and memories—plus, fun videos to help you get to know us a little better—the yearbook will help you better connect with your classmates, teachers, anyone else you might encounter on your distance learning journey. Check out the 2014/15 ADLC Yearbook now.
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Don’t forget to visit our News blog, where you’ll find important announcements and information about new initiatives from Alberta Distance Learning Centre.
Our annual reports aren’t just about numbers and spreadsheets; they’re also one of the many ways we communicate with the different groups we serve. Our reports are about real people and real experiences with online and distance learning. They’re about the people behind the scenes and the people on the frontlines. Students and staff, new initiatives and lessons learned, present goals and future plans—ADLC’s annual reports cover all of these topics and more.
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