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Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology / La revue canadienne de l’apprentissage et de la technologie

The Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology is a peer-reviewed journal that welcomes papers on all aspects of educational technology and learning. Topics may include, but are not limited to : learning theory and technology, cognition and technology, in


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Safe and Responsible Internet Use in a Connected World : Promoting Cyber-Wellness

lundi 20 septembre 2021 par Cathy Lewin, Dale Niederhauser, Quinn Johnson, Toshinori Saito, Akira Sakamoto, Roger Sherman
Cyber-wellness concerns positive wellbeing in online spaces, including awareness of how to behave appropriately and protect oneself. We explain and illustrate the complex nature of cyber-wellness, focusing on four key aspects. Firstly, developing students’ information and media literacy skills (...)

eBook Technology Facilitating University Education During COVID-19 : Japanese Experience

lundi 20 septembre 2021 par Rwitajit Majumdar, Brendan Flanagan, Hiroaki Ogata
UNESCO reported that 90% of students are affected in some way by COVID-19 pandemic. Like many countries, Japan too imposed emergency remote teaching and learning at both school and university level. In this study, we focus on a national university in Japan, and investigate how teaching and (...)

Connected Learning for Young People in the Context of Formal French-Speaking Education

lundi 20 septembre 2021 par Éric Bruillard, Khansa Ghabara, Sonia Huguenin, Pier-Luc Jolicoeur, Thérèse Laferrière, Sophie Nadeau-Tremblay, Cathia Papi, Marie-Andrée Pelletier
Connected learning is a growing educational practice that was identified by EDUsummIT2019 delegates as a theme for their examination of the relationship between curriculum/pedagogical practices and learning assessment. This paper focuses on how connected learning has been interpreted and (...)

Pedagogical Transformation and Teacher Learning for Knowledge Building : Turning COVID-19 Challenges into Opportunities

lundi 20 septembre 2021 par Chew Lee Teo, Seng Chee Tan, Carol Chan
This paper reports on the continual effort of the Knowledge Building Community (KBC) connecting teachers within and across schools for knowledge creation and community building during the COVID-19 disruptions. During this crisis, schools around the world are challenged with the issues of (...)

Emergence of Learning Analytics in Education : Challenges and Issues of Learning Analysis

lundi 20 septembre 2021 par Séverine Parent, Monique Baron
At the EDUsummIT 2019 colloquium, a working group reflected on the analysis of learning. As French-speaking members of this group, in this article we present and address the recommendations of the working group for the deployment of learning analysis in educational institutions in the near (...)

Advancing Knowledge Creation in Education Through Tripartite Partnerships

lundi 20 septembre 2021 par Sharon Friesen, Barbara Brown
The purpose of this paper is to highlight the work of one tripartite partnership with stakeholders to improve and strengthen novice teachers’ pedagogical designs using design based professional learning guided by the principles of knowledge building/knowledge creation. The tripartite partnership (...)

Editorial

lundi 9 août 2021 par Martha Cleveland-Innes, Sawsen Lakhal
As the COVID-19 pandemic slowly subsides, this journal, which focuses on learning and technology, is overwhelmed with article submissions. The education response to the health and safety requirements of the pandemic included the use of new technologies for learning in many education spaces and (...)

25 Years of Ed Tech, 2020 By Martin Weller. Athabasca University Press.

lundi 9 août 2021 par Brenna Clarke Gray
Martin Weller’s 25 Years of Ed Tech is a necessary – and surprisingly fun! – review of the technologies, practices, pedagogies, and historical amnesias that have created (and plagued) the field of educational technologies for the last two and a half decades. In tracing the major technological (...)

Educational Technology Competency Framework : Defining a Community of Practice Across Canada

lundi 9 août 2021 par Lyn K. Sonnenberg, Arif Onan, Douglas Archibald
Post-secondary institutions need clarity regarding what their educational technology teams can offer. Educational technology is not simply a hammer that can be quickly utilized, but rather an instrument that needs to be tuned for each unique learning context. Using a modified Delphi approach, (...)

Editorial

lundi 9 août 2021 par Martha Cleveland-Innes, Sawsen Lakhal
As the COVID-19 pandemic slowly subsides, this journal, which focuses on learning and technology, is overwhelmed with article submissions. The education response to the health and safety requirements of the pandemic included the use of new technologies for learning in many education spaces and (...)

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