Wednesday, March 21
1. Indigenizing and Postsecondary Education: The Coyote Project How TRU is Working Together for Indigenous Student Success. Sereana Naepi, Assoc Director, All My Relations Research Network and Coordinator, TRU Coyote Project
Eleven academic Divisions are working together to design, operationalize, evaluate and share practices aimed at increasing Indigenous advancement and the indigenization of TRU academic activities.
2. Making the case for Remote Instruments as (Almost) Open Educational Resources (aOERs) to innovate the Chemistry Laboratory
Bruno Cinel & Sharon Brewer
How Technology has revolutionized the way we connect, communicate, and share information; transforming how educators approach teaching and learning in, and out of, the classroom. At Thompson Rivers University, we have been actively investigating the use of remote operation of scientific instrumentation for K-16 science students. We will discuss our work providing access for real time analysis of real world samples, and promoting remote instrumentation as “aOER’s” or almost Open Educational Resources for the science laboratory.
- Wednesday, March 21, 2018
- 12:30pm - 1:30pm
- OL 127
- Kamloops Campus