[important]The Live Chat server is once again functioning and will be active when one of the team members are available.[/important]
June to December: The Courseware Basics for Moodle 2 course is available to Ontario-based LINC instructors who began the LearnIT2teach training BEFORE January 2014. Contact your mentor for more information. Completion of this 3-hour course is required for instructors changing from edlinc.ca to edulinc.org.
September 1: All Ontario-based instructors should be using the LINC courseware at edulinc.org.
September to December: Classes in progress (from August) can continue at edlinc.ca, but neither new courses nor new students accounts will be set up. New courses will be set up at edulinc.org. Edlinc.ca will only be available to migrate course information and finish in-progress courses.
December 31: Edlinc.ca will be permanently offline; all courseware will be available at edulinc.org.
[important]New Release,The Moodle 2 edition of the Administrator’s Guide to Integrating & Managing Blended Learning is now available as a PDF download at http://learnit2teach.ca/wpnew/
The migration of the LINC learner courseware to Moodle 2.5 had an important ripple effect on our project training tools. Many of the 85 pages in the first edition of the Administrator’s manual became out of date or downright inaccurate. A limited number of printed copies of the Moodle 2 edition are available by request to Scott@learnit2teach.ca Or you can look for us at the upcoming TESL Canada and BC TEAL conferences and ask for a copy on the spot!
LearnIT2teach Stage 4 graduate, Mirella Mosca, has kindly shared a video supporting her submission to the Margaret Pidlaski Award.
The Margaret Pidlaski award recognizes and rewards best practices in Adult EAL/ESL.
Mirella’s entry is based on her LearnIT2teach Stage 4 project. Her video is available on the LearnIT2teach YouTube channel and our podcast site.