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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 […]

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Executive Director’s Report – July 31, 2021

Former US Secretary of State George Shultz once drew a distinction between “problems you can solve and problems you can only work at.” These two types of problems have names: […]

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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 […]

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 […]

OLTC Spotlight Series: Opportunity for Collaboration: An Interview with OLTC André Lacroix

By Sally Cunningham and Alisha Winter Project Design Fellows Sally Cunningham and Alisha Winter got a chance to sit down with fellow student and Online Learning and Technology Consultant (OLTC), […]

Maple League Year-End Report (2020-2021)

“Life is what happens to you while you’re busy making other plans.” John Lennon, “Beautiful Boy (1980) This lyric keeps popping up on my news feeds, social media platforms, and […]

Maple League Quarterly Report: June 30, 2021

Last week I had a conversation with one of my trusted thought-partners from a Maple League university. The conversation was ostensibly about advancing a particular project but quickly turned into […]

Executive Director’s Report – June 30, 2021

June has been dedicated to retreats for many of our partners both within the institutions (Board retreats, departmental retreats) and across the consortium. As we look backwards in order to […]

OLTC Spotlight Series: OLTC as a Beacon of Hope

By Sally Cunningham Sally Cunningham is a Program Design Fellow for the Online Learning and Technology Consultant Program. She first joined as an Online Learning and Technology Consultant at Bishop’s […]

OLTC Micro-Blogs: Perceived Challenges – Tackling Hybrid Teaching

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 […]

OLTC Micro-Blogs: Perceived Challenges – Maintaining Student Connections

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 […]

OLTC Spotlight Series: Welcome to the OLTC Program: What to Expect from Our Collaboration

By Sally Cunningham and Alisha Winter The OLTC Program When instructors sign up for the Online Learning and Technology Consultant (OLTC) program, we have a personally tailored process that we […]

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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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 […]

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