of North Atlantic
de technologie de l'information
e-Learning Research Group of NRC
Institute for Information Technology
Brunswick Community College
Brunswick Department of Education (K-12 sector)
Brunswick Department of Training and Employment Development
Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT)
Scotia Community College
Co-operative Learning Object Exchange
Fraser University Surrey
The Centre for
Curriculum, Transfer and Technology (C2T2)
of Calgary - Learning Commons
Supporting distance education through the development
and enhancement of online course delivery and educational
projects. Supporting instructors as they strive
for pedagogical excellence online. The AU team provides:
pedagogical research support, project administration
and management, database development, systems administration,
and web/graphic design.
Netera Alliance is a not-for-profit corporation
of universities, research institutions, government
and small and large private-sector companies facilitating
advanced information infrastructure in Alberta.
It has offices in Calgary and Edmonton, and operates
throughout the province.
Computer Scientists. Engineers. Artists. Designers.
Social Scientists. Industry Leaders. Entrepreneurs.
Academic Faculty. Students. NewMIC is where all
these people come together research and develop
the next generation of new media technologies, applications
COGIGRAPH Technologies INC ( TCI ) is a company
created in January, 1999 by Télé-université with
the aim to commercialize the products of its LICEF
research centre, actually the most important research
centre in Canada in the field of telelearning models,
methods and systems.
TeleEducation New Brunswick provides assistance
in the development and delivery of distance education
programmes. Access to distance learning is made
possible within New Brunswick via a Shared Network
of distance learning centres and globally via TeleCampus,
a comprehensive directory of online courses.
University of Waterloo is consistently rated as
one of Canada's most innovative research universities,
with a tradition of leadership in new
learning approaches and in technology development.
The Centre for Learning and Teaching Through Technology
is a strategic innovation unit serving the university
community as a focal point for e-learning. Waterloo
is the lead partner in the development of faculty/teacher
communities to support collaborations in learning