"Welcome to the eLearning in Libraries Symposium where we bring together library folks from different sectors who are interested in online learning in libraries." For more information, please open the full event page.
With the generous support of eCampus Ontario, HLLR, and the Ontario Colleges Library Services (OCLS), Heads of Libraries and Learning Resources (HLLR) is pleased to offer an opportunity to spend a day dedicated to Open Learning. With thanks to Ryerson and eCampus Ontario for getting things rolling with the March 30th event, we look forward to continuing the OER conversations with great colleagues from College and University Libraries.
This webinar, facilitated by Scholars Portal, is designed to raise awareness about university and college library OER projects across Ontario, and to share information from colleagues in British Columbia. It will include:
OCLS will once again be hosting a breakfast during the OLA Super Conference. The breakfast will take place on Friday February 3rd, starting at 7:30 a.m.
Please put this date in your calendar if you are planning to attend the conference. Also, please tell all college library staff who will be attending the conference that they are welcome to attend the breakfast.
Updates on key collaborative projects between HLLR and OCLS will be presented. We will forward specific details to HLLR members and will request an RSVP at that time.
"Advancing Learning has been the province’s premiere instructional technology conference since the 1990s. We’ve prided ourselves in fostering an environment where educators (faculty, instructional designers, multimedia and graphic specialists) share their direct classroom and faculty support experiences with other colleagues."
College University Partnerships: Measuring Success
Co-hosted by the University Partnership Centre at Georgian College and the Centre for the Study of Canadian & International Higher Education at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto.
Thursday, May 12, 2016 - 08:00 to Friday, May 13, 2016 - 15:30
"Linked Open Data in Libraries, Archives and Museums (LODLAM) is gaining prominence in the cultural heritage community, and especially amongst memory institutions as it promises to profoundly impact the way resources are discovered and accessed."