TESS2019
Level Up Online Learning for Ontario
TESS is an annual event that provides Ontario colleges and universities with an opportunity to explore the intersection of technology and education. It's an opportunity to extend our horizons and mobilize our collective knowledge to build future online learning environments that are even more inclusive, engaging and enriching for our students Terry Greene and Stephen Hurley from voicEd Radio were on hand to capture some of the conversations—both formal and informal—from this year's event.
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Lutfiyya Dhalla is part of the eCampusOntario TESS planning team. Lutfiyya turns the tables on Stephen Hurley, asking him about his TESS2019 experience and the work that he is doing with voicEd Radio.

But Stephen is able to flip the conversation and…

Catherine Anderson is Associate Professor (Teaching Stream) in the Department of Linguistics and Language at McMaster University.

In this conversation, Stephen Hurley and Catherine Anderson chat about the adventure of writing an e-book for her own…

Laura Killam is a nursing educator and researcher at Sudbury’s Cambrian College. She has a real heart for integrating technology into her practice as well as supporting others on their innovation journeys.

In this conversation, Stephen Hurley and…

Jenni Hayman is a community educator and learning designer. Currently, Jenni serves as the Chair of Teaching and Learning at Cambrian College in Sudbury.

In this conversation with Terry Greene and Stephen Hurley, Jenni talks about the interaction…

Eric Tremblay is the Manager, Engineering Teaching and Learning Team at Queen’s University. In this conversation, Stephen Hurley chats with Eric about the work of the CTL and how the team is serving faculty to explore new ways of teaching and…

Tricia Donovan is Principal, eCampus at NSCC and the lead for the Canadian National Survey of Online and Distance Education in Canada. The CDLR aims to track the status and development of online, distance and digital learning in public post-secondary…

Irene Stewart is Retention Coordinator/Program Coordinator at St. Clair College and in this conversation with Terry Greene and Stephen Hurley, Irene talks about, among other things, the THRIVES program that seeks to connect new St. Clair students with…

James Skidmore is Associate Professor and Director, Waterloo Centre for German Studies. In today’s conversation, Terry Greene and Stephen Hurley chat with James about the power of connecting, the shifting perception and conception of universities and…

Xinli Wang is a Lecturer in Mathematics, University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM). In this conversation, Xinli discusses the impact that an “Open” perspective has had on her teaching and her own learning.

Terry Greene moderates a panel conversation designed to provide examples of experimental approaches to technology-enabled learning. Panellists Robyne Hanley-Dafoe, Sidney Shapiro, Greg Rodrigo and Bill Ju speak about what they do in their ongoing…

Helen DeWaard is an educator, leader, designer of digital learning spaces and events, teacher, and life-wide learner. Terry Greene and Stephen Hurley caught up with Helen at this year’s TESS conference to talk about digital learning environments, the…

Kyle Mackie is an educator who explores community, technology, social & participatory media, and powerful learning environments. Giulia Forsythe works at Brock University to actively explore and support teaching and lifelong learning.

In this…

Dr Donna Lanclos is a self-described anthropologist in the machine; her field sites include education and the digital landscapes it inhabits. Her role in these machines of education and digital is to understand how they work, how people interact…

Bonnie Stewart is an educator and social media researcher interested in the implications of digital networks for institutions, for culture and society, and for learning. Terry Greene and Stephen Hurley catch up with Bonnie to explore, among other…

Don Presant is Chief Development Officer (CDO) at CanCred.ca. In this conversation, Terry Greene and Stephen Hurley explore the world of micro-credentialling, the blockchain craze and how he’s acting as an enabler for change in the ed space.

eCampusOntario CEO, David Porter, joins Terry Greene and Stephen Hurley to talk about his EdTech origin story, his love or radio and the power of storytelling!

Lena Patterson is Senior Director, Programs and Stakeholder Relations, eCampusOntario. In this Terry Greene reflects with Lena Patterson on her Ignite Talk about micro-credentialling.

Sidney Shapiro is a Program Coordinator and Professor

Data, network, social media analyst and instructor at Cambrian College. Sidney is also program coordinator of the Business and Crime Analytics Programs.

In this chat, Terry Greene chats with…

Greg Rodrigo is a Faculty Developer at Georgian College in Barrie, Ontario. In this TESS2019 chat, Greg talks with Terry Greene and Stephen Hurley about his work in Georgian’ Centre for Teaching and Learning

Experimentation and Impact require scrutiny and insight. How do we build space for creativity in teaching and learning in digital contexts while maintaining and supporting current effective practices? Anthropological approaches to digital practices in…

“Technology + Education Seminar + Showcase” (TESS 2019) is an annual event organized by eCampusOntario that provides Ontario colleges and universities with an opportunity to explore the intersection of technology and education.

In this…