Entries by IDIGadmin

Inspiration and Intention – Life and Work “After #digped

By Maureen Glynn I participated last week in the Introduction to Digital Pedagogy with Sean Michael Morris @slamteacher and Jesse Stommel @jessifer, sponsored by @eCampusOntario and @RyersonU – Office of eLearning. The all-too-brief workshop, along with my review of preparatory materials, represented some of the most impactful hours of professional development that I’ve experienced so […]

25¢ worth for the 9x9x25

By Joanne Kehoe For this first post in the IDIG team entry in the Ontario Extend 9x9x25 Challenge, I decided to post a random-order, grammatically-incorrect-but-trying-to-keep-it-to-one-run-on-sentence-each “25” cents worth of tips that have served me well in my work as an instructional designer. I noticed many of these align with attributes of Ontario Extend’s Empowered Educator, […]

A Day of IDIG’ing Together

By Joanne Kehoe What do you get when you throw a bunch of instructional-designed minded people into a room? Equal parts sharing, openness, action – and nibbling on IDIG cookies iced and baked by highly-valued member Peg French. IDIG held their first face-to-face meeting back on March 22nd (yes this blog post is long overdue) […]

The Real Deal on Virtual and Augmented Reality in 2018

By Tully Privett

A new year has begun and, curious about what trends 2018 may have for online education, I did some digging. As one might expect there was no shortage of articles predicting 2018’s upcoming online education trends. Many of these trends appeared consistently across articles and included:

  • Gamification
  • Social Learning
  • Micro Learning
  • Open Educational Resources
  • xAPI’s