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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

  • OTL301 – Post 6

    Please click here to see a short presentation as my summary of learning. Thanks!

  • OTL301 – Post5

    Working through this “Teach” course led me through all four phases of critical inquiry.  I found that I worked through the process in a predictable order. My first post of the course reflected a triggering event in that the activity got me thinking about what makes a high quality online course. It also set the […]

  • OTL301 – Post4

    I continue to alter each of these assignments to suit my face to face workshop rather than an online open learning class. While the assigned reading in this lesson is geared toward blended learning environments, I was happy to find helpful information in regards to f2f classrooms as well.  I was particularly drawn to the […]

  • OTL301 – Post3

    Once again, since I teach my workshops face to face as opposed to online, this blog post is slightly altered to be relevant for me. The activities I have come up with are ones that I could use in the classroom. I have tried to integrate the ideas of collaboration, community and teaching presence into […]

  • OTL301 – Post 2

    The reading material on teaching presence has expanded my view of the teacher’s role in an online classroom.  Previously I described organization as an effective practice in my experience as an online learner. I know understand that this is only one of many important aspects of teaching online and all three categories described must be […]