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To ensure we’re keeping up to date and supporting the educational community at large, we send delegates and presenters to over 300 conferences, tradeshows, symposiums, and round tables a year.
Still, we can’t possibly have made it to all the places we could yet, so if you know of a scheduled event that you think is a good fit for us, let us know!
ADLC recently launched its pilot of the ADLC & Athabasca University (AU) Blended and Online Teaching and Learning modules (they’ll be open to the public soon). This set of nine modules draws on existing content within the AU Centre for Distance Education (CDE) catalogue and provides teachers with PD options that fit within the K-12 year and offer opportunity to acquire graduate level credit. Learn more about BOLT here.
In addition, every year we offer an ADLC-specific forum called Forecast. At this one-day, conference-style event, we present information, updates, and training for ADLC systems and programs.
This year, Forecast will take place May 5, 2017 at the DoubleTree by Hilton in Edmonton and via webcast.
If you missed Forecast 2016, don’t worry. We’ve put together online course materials that include video clips of sessions and opportunities to connect with other teachers across Alberta. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to request login credentials.
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