About Us

Program Delivery supports the teaching and learning process by providing timely, accessible, flexible, and high quality service to students, Open Learning Faculty Members, and other TRU departments through the innovative use of technologies and the implementation of best practices in distance learning.


We offer a series of three online courses designed to build your competence and capacity in teaching in an online environment.


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From The Blog

  • A summary

    The most important lessons I gathered from the course were having the chance to learn and use WordPress and to see how one might implement it in an on-line course. I also liked the readings provided and the opportunity to see how a course like this was actually structured.  It was logical and flowed in … Continue reading “A summary”

  • Interview

    I actually don’t know anyone who teaches continuous entry or open enrollment courses on-line, they all teach paced on-line courses. The course I will be teaching is also paced.  As a result, in order to find out what I needed to know, I turned to the internet community. Interestingly a google search returned very little. … Continue reading “Interview”

  • OTL101 – Post 5 (Reflections)

    Two of the most important ideas (and questions) I have are: That post-secondary education has changed from being predominantly filled with “Susans” to predominantly filled with “Roberts” and that professors need to adapt their teaching styles as a result.  It requires a bit of a different mindset; for as the video notes, most professors are … Continue reading “OTL101 – Post 5 (Reflections)”

  • otl101-post5 Reflections

    I liked my post “So what have you learned?” I liked the picture I used and the fact that I was honest about the learning journey I’m on. The two or three most important ideas from this course were the notion that feedback is an even larger piece in helping people learn than I realized. … Continue reading “otl101-post5 Reflections”

  • otl101-post4

    I’d say on the whole the feedback I give is at the first, second and fourth level. Much of my feedback is specific and students state that they understand where the course is going. However, I am certainly guilty of using self-feedback and was interested to see how relatively useless that is. On the other … Continue reading “otl101-post4”