État de publication: publié
Nom de la revue: La revue canadienne de l'apprentissage et de la technologie / Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology
Intervalle de pages: 7
Résumé: This special issue took an unexpected turn with the intrusion of COVID-19 into our lives, forcing the development of alternatives to conventional teaching and learning. As has been discussed by authors in this special issue, blended learning has taken many forms: synchronous communication with students in the classroom and at-home through videoconferencing systems such as Microsoft Teams and Zoom; asynchronous communication in a Google classroom or another web-based platform, etc. Such acceleration in the use of IT further reinforces the importance of EDU summIT2019’s main theme, Learners and Learning Contexts: Systemic Perspectives on New Alignments during the COVID-19 Digital Challenges and Opportunities. It was extensively discussed within and amongst the 13 working groups composed of the 150 participants, from more than 30 countries, all of whom were IT leaders as researchers, practitioners, or policy makers.
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