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eLearning Resources

Are you teaching online? Creating a blended learning course? Preparing to be an online TA? This page will connect you with strategies and best practices for a variety of topics in eLearning, including course design for online learning and strategies for facilitating discussions or managing assignment online.

If you are looking for eLearning support, please email: elearning-support@uwo.ca

eLearning Tips
Tips on eLearning from the Teaching Support Centre team.
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eLearning Toolkit

The eLearning Toolkit is a collection of eLearning concepts and technologies available at Western University, developed by the ITRC and eLearning Technology teams in ITS.

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eLearning Conversation Series
eLearning Conversation Series is an informal monthly series for faculty members interested in building a community of scholars focusing on developing their practice in topics related to eLearning.
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Online Teaching Resources

Recommended resources for instructors who teach online.

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Teaching Online 101 (OWL)

This OWL course was created by our eLearning and Curriculum Specialists as an exemplar of an online course. Its purpose is to allow instructors to see one way that an online course can be constructed.

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Teaching with Technology Workshops
Lists programs offered by the Teaching Support Centre related to eLearning, instructional technology, and online teaching.
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Western Active Learning Space (WALS)

The new WALS classroom features instructional technologies and uses space in innovative ways to facilitate collaboration and active learning.

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eLearning Tools
A collection of  instructional tools, new ideas, and good practices for effective use of technology in education.
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Instructional Technology Resource Centre

The ITRC employs student consultants who work directly with faculty on specific projects to create online or multimedia instructional material.

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Supported Course Redesign (SCoRe)

As a part of Western’s Blended Learning Strategy, the Supported Course Redesign (SCoRe) program supports faculty members in the evidence-based transformation of fully face-to-face large-enrollment, foundational courses into blended offerings.

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