a collection of hyperlinks on educational topics

LBlackboard Collaborate™ is an online learning and collaboration platform used by Royal Roads University. It is designed specifically for education and supports effective learning experiences through online, blended, and mobile learning. It is where student groups meet online to discuss assignments, and where instructors meet their students in blended and online courses.

Blackboard participant and facilitator self-paced training – shared by Beth in FLO-Synchro pilot.

Levels 2 & 3:  Moderator Training

Explore resources to improve skills – worth analyzing the approach to see how it compares to other similar guides.

Teamtalk

TeamTalk maximises your meeting efficiency, providing 1- click meetings, screen sharing, audio record, meeting notes and more. No login or registration required and it’s free forever!

Source: Teamtalk

Picked up from a Robyn Good tweet

Videoconferencing with screen-sharing and audio recording: T..

Building Rubrics & Assessments – Curriculum Services

Rubrics A rubric is a measurement/scoring tool that provides clear and direct expectations for an assignment in a face-to-face, online or hybrid class. For more information on rubrics, click on the link below. Learn more about Building Rubrics > Assessments Assessment of learning occurs at the end of a task or course and is used to provide […]

Source: Building Rubrics & Assessments – Curriculum Services

Creating Hybrid & Online Activities – Curriculum Services

Successful hybrid or online courses are measured by the quality of students’ experiences, and creating successful online activities is about more than using technology. This resource area helps to define and exemplify best practices for developing and refining hybrid and online activities, in order to increase student engagement and ensure student success. To ensure that […]

Source: Creating Hybrid & Online Activities – Curriculum Services

Note:  Nice example of a simple way to present options for teaching/learning activities

Might be useful for restructuring the FLO wiki too?