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Authentic Learning and Assessment in Technology-Enabled Learning Environments

Developed for BC Campus

Facilitating Learning in Synchronous Environments was developed for BC Campus and is available under a creative commons license.

“Bits & Bytes” sessions are drop-in, single-topic, practical sessions about teaching with technology at RRU. In each 30-minute session, a CTET team member explores a different topic related to teaching with technology, including practical demonstrations and time for participants to ask questions and share ideas. Session are offered via Zoom from 12:00pm – 12:30pm on the 1st Wednesday of each month.

This site provides complementary material to the Living Our Model series faculty development sessions being held at RRU over 2017. Living Our Model showcases ways in which RRU courses are "living" elements of the RRU Learning and Teaching Model.

This site was created as the result of a partnership between the Inter-Cultural Association of Greater Victoria (ICA) and Royal Roads University. It serves as a self-paced tutorial for members of Constituent Groups who are sponsoring refugees for resettlement to Victoria within the Canadian Private Sponsorship of Refugees Program and under ICA's umbrella agreement with the Canadian Government.

Sabine Lehr, Private Sponsorship of Refugees Manager at ICA, is the contact for this program.

The Learning and Teaching Model Storyteller Series took an in-depth look at how faculty are applying the core components of the RRU Learning and Teaching Model and through a storytelling format, showcased examples of LTM throughout RRU's courses and programs.

This workshop series also articulated how CTET is able to assist faculty and programs in utilizing these core LTM components to build authentic and relevant learning that creates engaging learning experiences. The workshops provided a great opportunity for faculty to share, collaborate, and learn from colleagues across Schools.