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Learning Outcomes as Blueprints for Course Design

Most simply defined, learning outcomes describe what learners are supposed to know, be able to do, or value at the end of a course or module. In the same way that we tell students that their papers…

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To see or not to see? The discussion and research on the presence of instructor’s face in lecture videos

By Maristela PD - Embedding the video of the instructor in the lecture video is a very popular practice in online and blended university courses. As we include more technology in creating different…

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Brigida Children leaving home

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CDNS 1001R SusanRoss 01

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CDNS 1001R SusanRoss 01

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Carleton University Library Evaluating Online Information Using the CRAP Test

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CDNS 1001R Allan Ryan Interview

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CDNS 1001R Allan Ryan 01

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Chemistry Magic Show Promo Trailer

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Miriam Fortune Tellers

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CDNS 1001R Peter Thompson 02

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MARIANNA Fortune Tellers

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Brigida Cosmetic Surgery

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VIKTOR - Do you exercise

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STEFFI - Favourite Toy

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Kathi - Friend visits Ottawa

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The Role of Learning Outcomes

The role of learning outcomes and their purpose in course design. Note: This video is protected by a Creative commons licence. Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported…

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Stricktly Speaking - Fair Winds and Following Seas

The man that took us from crayons to perfume is now leaving the Carleton community for the greener side; John Strickland, Assistant Director of Instructional Media Services is retiring after 30 years…

From  Greg.Allison 5 plays