We received this announcement from the Canadian Institute of Distance Education Research (CIDER) a few days ago.
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|Dear CIDER Member,
We invite you to an upcoming session in the 2018-19 CIDER Sessions series on Wednesday, March 6, 2019. This free, online session will feature Michael Barbour and Randy LaBonte with this year’s installment of the State of the Nation: K-12 E-Learning in Canada report.
Title: State of the Nation: K-12 E-Learning in Canada
The 2018 issue of the State of the Nation: K-12 E-Learning in Canada report marks its 11th year, and the sixth year of the Canadian eLearning Network’s (CANeLearn) support of this research. The report continues to be Canada’s own benchmark for the expanding use of technology-supported blended, online, and distance learning in Canada. This report continues the traditional incisive analysis of the state of K-12 e-learning in Canada, as well as a description of several vignettes providing considerable insight about innovation and new approaches emerging in distance, online, and blended practices in K-12 programs across Canada.
Full results of the research and work undertaken in this study, including all annual reports and associated papers, are published on the State of the Nation: K-12 E-Learning in Canada project website (https://k12sotn.ca/). This session will provide a synopsis and overview of the latest version of this annual report.
When: Wednesday, March 6, 2019 – 11am to 12noon Mountain Time (Canada)
Where: Online through Adobe Connect at:
Registration is not required; all are welcome. CIDER Sessions are recorded and archived for later viewing through the CIDER website. For more information on CIDER and our Sessions, please visit us at:
CIDER sessions are brought to you by the International Review of Research in Open and Distributed Learning (IRRODL) and the Centre for Distance Education, Athabasca University: Canada’s Open University and leader in professional online education. The Sessions and their recordings are open and available to all, licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.