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Executive Director’s Report – December 31st, 2021

“This is an extraordinary time full of vital, transformative movements that could not be foreseen. It’s also a nightmarish time. Full engagement requires the ability to see both.” ~ Rebecca […]

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Executive Director’s Report – November 30th, 2021

The President of St. Michael’s College (University of Toronto) David Sylvester says that universities are anchors of hope in our communities. Yet, the gap between what we say we do […]

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Executive Director’s Report – October 31, 2021

As we build relationships between and across professional and disciplinary spaces, we have engaged in strategic visioning exercises that will help guide the next phase of the inter-institutional collaboration in […]

OLTC Micro-Blogs – More than Just Moodle: Student-Educator Collaboration in the OLTC Program

In our work as OLTCs, people often ask us, “What do you do?” Although our full titles are Online Learning and Technology Consultants, we do so much more than provide […]

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June 30, 2021 – September 30, 2021 – Quarterly Report

The last three months have been a period of growth, reflection, and future-facing planning. Indeed, the summer was a period where a number of projects came to fruition. For example, […]

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Executive Director’s Report – September 30, 2021

September is always an exciting month across the four schools; with the start of a new academic year students return to campus, faculty are engaged in innovative course design, and […]

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Invitation to join the Atlantic Digital Humanities Listserv!

The Atlantic-DH listserv is a welcoming community where we share news, announcements, and questions about goings-on related to digital humanities in Atlantic Canada. What is digital humanities? There have been […]

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Executive Director’s Report – August 31, 2021

As I write in the July Report, the Maple League of Universities was originally created to solve a wicked problem. The wicked problem was a lack of awareness or understanding […]

OLTC Micro-Blogs: Perceived Challenges – Asynchronous: Flexible and Adaptable Learning

By Sally Cunningham and Alisha Winter Incorporating online learning into the traditional classroom brought forth numerous challenges and opportunities. Through our work as students-as-partners, we were able to help navigate […]

Maple League Press Release: Funding from Business + Higher Education Roundtable for Work-integrated Learning

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE The Maple League of Universities recognized as industry partners and granted funding from Business + Higher Education Roundtable for work-integrated learning. Sherbrooke, QC, August 4, 2021 – […]

Events

Digital Humanities Summer Institute – East

Date: April 26-29, 2021
Location: St. Francis Xavier University, Antigonish, NS
DHSI-East, based at St Francis Xavier University in Nova Scotia, is the latest member of the global DH Training network. It serves the Maple League by making training more accessible to Atlantic Canadians. Our inaugural DHSI-East session will be databases, taught by Dr. Harvey Quamen (University of Alberta). The course will run from 26-29 April 2021.

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News

Executive Director’s Report – December 31st, 2021

“This is an extraordinary time full of vital, transformative movements that could not be foreseen. It’s also a nightmarish time. Full engagement requires the ability to see both.” ~ Rebecca […]

Maple League International Offices Awarded $800,000 to Collaborate on Decolonizing Education Abroad

December 1, 2021 – Member institutions of the Maple League of Universities have received a Global Skills Opportunity grant of $800,000 to develop and launch a program for Indigenous students […]

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