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Canadian Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

2011 Volume 2, Number 1

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Hybrid Courses and Online Policy Dialogues: A Transborder Distance Learning Collaboration

    Katina E. Pollock & Sue M. Winton

    This essay describes a blended (hybrid) course collaboration used to facilitate policy dialogues between graduate students at two institutions (one in Canada and the other in the US) as a way to... More

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  2. Translating Face-to-Face Experiential Learning to Video for a Web-Based Communication Program

    Laura Jayne Nelles, Cathy M. Smith, Leila R. Lax & Lynn Russell

    The cultural, legal and ethical aspects of medical practice in Canada can be problematic for International Medical Graduates (IMGs) to access and learn. The professional behaviours that depend on... More

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  3. A Case Study of the Introductory Psychology Blended Learning Model at McMaster University

    Faria Sana, Barbara Fenesi & Joseph A. Kim

    This paper provides a brief review of blended learning as a didactic method, and discusses the issues and challenges of using blended learning models in post-secondary education. Blended learning... More

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