2020 SALTISE Conference

Annual SALTISE conference will be cancelled for 2020.

We are keeping open the possibility of a smaller scale virtual gathering of members who wish to share lessons learned for the rapid implementations of online classes – Please stay tuned

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Online Teaching & Learning Resources

Keeping Our Community Connected

Given the current situation SALTISE’s goal is to serve the education community by providing elearning resources to help and support faculty at this time. If you have any resources and or information you would like to share please send them to – info@saltise.ca

Advice to those about to teach online because of the corona-virus – By Dr. Tony Bates, posted on: Online Learning and Distance Education Resources.

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Stay in the Loop

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With COVID-19 keeping most of us home, Zoom has become an essential tool for working, learning, and socializing. But it comes with an increased risk of abuse. Learn how you can protect your virtual classrooms from Zoom-bombing. bit.ly/34etp08

3 days ago

Join this 30 minute webinar with other educators preparing to use linkr to support teaching and learning during the current age of social distancing on Tuesday March 31 at 1:00 PM, EST. For more information, go to bit.ly/3avJn8u

1 week ago

SALTISE is gathering resources to help you plan your on-line teaching during the COVID-19 crisis. Find them here: saltise.ca

2 weeks ago

Distributed Active Learning Integrated Technology Environment

Security tips every teacher and professor needs to know about Zoom, right now

my DALITE - Built for teachers by teachers

With myDALITE, teachers can use the same questions in class in polling mode, or assign questions as out-of-class homework through any learning management system.

It’s online, free, designed by Quebec-based researchers, and useful for all disciplines from high school and onwards.

Check out our latest video tutorial:
myDALITE Platform Navigation Overview

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Meet our Community Members

About Us

SALTISE is a community of educational researchers, post-secondary instructors and faculty developers, across Montreal and the Province of Quebec who actively promote national and international collaborations and partnerships. Our common interests are the exploration and implementation of evidence-based innovations in pedagogy and educational technology.

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