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ERIC Number: ED455876
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2000
Pages: 33
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
Centre for Curriculum, Transfer & Technology 2000/2001 Annual Report.
Centre for Curriculum, Transfer and Technology, Victoria (British Columbia).
The Centre for Curriculum, Transfer and Technology (British Columbia) prepared its 2000/2001 Annual Report to summarize key projects and activities and their outcomes over the last fiscal year. The centre has managed numerous projects for the Ministry of Advanced Education, Training, and Technology, as well as other clients. Throughout this wide array of activities are two central themes: (1) collaboration among postsecondary educators, institutions, and their partners; and (2) innovation in teaching and learning. These themes reflect the mandate of the center, which is to work with its postsecondary partners to help move forward on a number of systemwide initiatives that improve access to and the relevance and quality of learning opportunities for British Columbians. These initiatives involve projects in three main areas: educational technology implementation, provincial curriculum development, and assessment and outcomes. A significant trend in the work over the past year has been the increasing importance of educational technology and, in particular, the e-merge project, a project designed to develop and deliver online educational programs collaboratively across institutions. The e-merge project is serving a major integrating function for innovative work at institutions and at the center. This document discusses several other projects in detail, as well as expenditures, revenues, and other financial information. (JA)
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Publication Type: Reports - Evaluative
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Audience: N/A
Language: English
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Authoring Institution: Centre for Curriculum, Transfer and Technology, Victoria (British Columbia).
Identifiers - Location: Canada