Learning Opportunities

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External Learning Opportunities

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Digital Literacy Project: Call for Open Content

BCcampus is seeking content submissions for the collection that fulfill the requirements of the eight areas of digital literacy thematic competencies identified in the ministry's Digital Learning Strategy: ethical and legal consideration, technology supports, information literacy, digital scholarship, communication and collaboration, creation and curation, digital well-being, and community-based learning.

Expression of Interest: Curriculum Writers

In partnership with Women and Gender Equality Canada and the Ministry of Post-Secondary Education and Future Skills, BCcampus is providing project management on the Intersectional Sexualized Violence Project, which focuses on the impacts of sexualized violence on specific student populations, including Indigenous, international, and graduate students.

The next phase will focus on the adaptation or development of sexualized violence training resources based on the findings of the environmental scans. BCcampus is seeking qualified individuals to work with us and the Intersectional Sexualized Violence Advisory Group on the development and/or adoption of openly licenced sexualized violence training resources and facilitation guides.

Professional Learning in the Early Childhood Sector in B.C.

BCcampus is seeking experts in early childhood education and curriculum development to submit proposals and help develop professional learning for ECEs across the province.

Successful applicants will be offered contracts valued at up to $100,000 for their work. Payment will be tied to deliverables based on the service contract.

AI in Higher Education Resource Hub

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HESA's AI Observatory Roundtable

Date: Tuesday, September 26th, 2023
Time: 10h00-11h00AM ET

Join us on September 26th, from 7:00AM to 8:00AM PT, for our next Roundtable meeting focused on Pedagogy and curriculum. This meeting with be facilitated by Grant Potter, Instructional Designer at UNBC’s Centre for Teaching, Learning, and Technology. We’ll also welcome representatives from JISC’s National Centre for AI as guest speakers. Register now for free to save your spot!

We’ll soon upload the recording of our last Roundtable meeting on Governance and policy. Until then, you can also catch up on what happened in our Roundtable meeting that focused on Academic integrity here.

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