Happy Third Birthday to us!

Three years of LINC blended learning

Rob McBride

The LearnIT2teach Project is a year older on January 1, 2013. This is a good opportunity to review what has been accomplished in our efforts to provide web-based courseware to Ontario LINC and ESL learners, and train teachers to use the courseware in blended learning.   read more

The December LINC digital news is out!

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The LINC Digital News provides professional teachers/instructors of English in Ontario with updates on the development of LINC courseware and updates, tips and secrets of using educational technology to teach language blended with technology.

Featured in this edition: Project News, Web News, Blogs Jobs, Professional Development and E-Resource Corner items.

Editing a course? Download and use our Stage 3 manual.

If you are editing a course in the edlinc.ca system or even a Moodle course on another server, our Stage 3 manual can be very useful as a quick how to resource for over sixty practical tasks with courseware.  Examples are how to manipulate groups of students, hiding and showing activities on a course, adding specialized block functionality, how to set up a calendar or even how to add a SCORM object into your courses. Click the Moodle logo to download the PDF version.

LINC Administrator – order your manual today

If you are a service provider of LINC in Ontario, Canada and wish to have a paper copy of the LearnIT2teach Administrator’s Manual, kindly email us at admin@learnit2teach.ca.

Five training events this week

This week we are offering training workshops in Hamilton, Ottawa and in the Niagara Region.  For details see November 23 and 24th on our calendar.  If you are in Ontario at a LINC centre and desire training contact us.

 

LearnIT2teach celebrates 1000+ Stage One graduates!

Last week, at the TESL Ontario conference,  the 1000th participant competed the Stage One training!

 

Mentors Kevin O’Brien, Jim Edgar, Nancy Van Dorp and Matthias Sturm were as active as ever during these sessions.  Next week our teams are busy in Hamilton and Ottawa delivering more Stage One sessions.

Introduction to Moodle Hand Out Now on our Portal

Our successful workshop at TESL Ontario, Intro to Moodle for Editing Teachers, hand out is now available for your consideration in our portal Support area.  You may download this by clicking on the logo or by navigating to Support>Instructor Trainee>Stage 3>Intro to Moodle

WebQuest Handout Now Available on our Portal

The WebQuest hand out is now available for your consideration and use on our portal.  Download this PDF document from  SUPPORT>Teacher Help>WebQuest

“How To” Hot Potatoes Handout now on LearnIT2teach portal

The Hot Potatoes hands on session hand out can be downloaded from  SUPPORT>Teacher Help>Hot Potatoes.

Edulinc returns!

This site has been created to provide more open access to the LearnIT2teach LINC courseware using Moodle 2.2, the latest version of our learning management system.

The LearnIT2teach.ca team invites you to create your own user account, enroll yourself in a course and use the courseware.

Edulinc.ca is enabled for mobile learning. Click here for more information.

Special message for returning users: Our open-access test site is back. Please note: if you are already a registered user, you will need to reset your password and re-enroll in any courses. Use the Forgotten your username or password? link on the login page (or click here) and follow the instructions. Sorry for the inconvenience.