Distance Education Technologies
This conference took place from April 30 - May 2, 2000 in Toronto, at the Ryerson University Conference Centre, and the links are provided with thanks to Clare Woodward.
There were 8 sessions over the two and a half days, and web site links are given to each relevant session.
An XML-enabled, web based training platform. Information on this can be retrieved from http://www.online-learning.com.
Open source software
Independent learning centre of Ontario
This session discussed running a predominantly paper based distance education provision and you can access their home page on:
This session focussed on programs which can be uploaded onto WebCT in order to widen the possibilities in using it. The following websites were recommended:
Many publishers have also integrated WebCT into their published course books and one example which was showcased was Prentice-Hall.
The Node Learning Technologies Network is a not-for-profit organization, which promotes effective uses of Internet-based technologies in education and training. Although it's Ontario based, there are some interesting links on their web site into various aspects of distance and distributed learning.