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September 16th 2020
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#onlinelearning and #onlineclasses challenges are being dealt with by @mydawsoncollege teachers and @SALTISE members.

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Student engagement has been one of the main challenges with switching to online teaching. Check out the strategies & tools that Selma and Cory from Dawson College are using to break the ice with their students & help them with this transition:…

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The symposium will be held on November 2 and 3 this year. It’s an opportunity to share experiences from all over the province from the past few months, and to learn more about various aspects of distance education. More than 60 speakers from Quebec and elsewhere in the world – researchers, instructors and professors, educational consultants, e-pedagogic project leads, managers, tutors and digital strategists – will deliver presentations and host roundtables and workshops.

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Given the current situation, SALTISE’s goal is to serve the education community by providing e-learning 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 –

Want to create a virtual active learning classroom?
Watch these tutorials and let us know what you think.
How to Setup Reflective Writing Assignment in Moodle
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Check out this article on Profweb: What Could Evaluation Look like for your Suddenly-Online Course?

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Featured Innovation - myDALITE

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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.

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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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