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6 ways COVID-19 has impacted the internet

This slideshow sheds light on the various ways in which both private and public organizations have been impacted.

Survey reveals 95% of students feel mandatory online courses are a bad idea

A new survey from the Ontario Student Trustees' Association (OSTA-AECO) revealed that 95 per cent of the 6087 students surveyed disapprove of the e-learning mandate introduced by the provincial government back in March.

B.C. to offer e-textbooks to secondary students

The 40 most popular subjects will soon be available online

Xerox Canada teams up with Athabasca University

Mobile learning and e-learning apps to come out of new research partnership

Online RFID courses come to Canada

Toronto firm teams with RFID4U to offer e-learning courses

Canadian police use elearning to cut classroom time

Law enforcement in Canada is taking advantage of over 20 e-learning courses offered through the Canadian Police Knowledge Network. Proponents say the online tool has significantly resulted in time and cost savings that allowed police officers to spend less time in classrooms and more time in patrol cars.

Adobe seeks to ‘Captivate’ with e-learning tool

Two Adobe experts explain why trainers and educators will find the rejuvenated e-learning tool - Adobe Captivate 3 - so engaging.

Provinces back Canada-wide eLearning initiative

Provincial governments have given their stamp of approval, in the form of cold hard cash, to an e-learning pilot project for public service workers originally approved by the feds.

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