Book Chapter Notice – Mobile Learning and Indigenous Education in Canada: A Synthesis of New Ways of Learning

This recently published book chapter references one of the annual State of the Nation: K-12 e-Learning in Canada reports. Mobile Learning and Indigenous Education in Canada: A Synthesis of New Ways of Learning December 2019 DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-0423-9.ch010 In book: Indigenous Studies Siomonn

CIDER Session – Sense Of Irony Or Perfect Timing: Examining The Research Supporting Proposed e-Learning Changes In Ontario

About a month ago, our lead researchers Michael Barbour and Randy LaBonte published an article in the International Journal of E-Learning & Distance Education entitled “Sense of Irony or Perfect Timing: Examining the Research Supporting Proposed e-Learning Changes in Ontario.”  About

In Conversation with Stephen Hurley: Michael Barbour & Randy LaBonte – Sense of Irony or Perfect Timing: Examining the Research Supporting Proposed e-Learning Changes in Ontario

Earlier this week Stephen Hurley, as a part of his VoiceEd Radio show “In Conversation,” had a conversation with Michael Barbour and Randy LaBonte about the recent article published in the International Journal of E-Learning & Distance Education about the

Article Notice – Sense of Irony or Perfect Timing: Examining the Research Supporting Proposed e-Learning Changes in Ontario

We wanted to alert readers to the fact that State of the Nation: K-12 e-Learning in Canada authors Michael Barbour and Randy LaBonte have published an article in the International Journal of E-Learning & Distance Education that examines the research behind