The E-Learning Edge: Improving Access With OntarioLearn

The Conference Board of Canada, 20 pages, March 4, 2016
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OntarioLearn employs a model that balances educational flexibility, efficient delivery, and accessibility of courses by fostering collaboration and cooperation among Ontario’s colleges and institutes.

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OntarioLearn’s main objective is to improve the delivery and availability of college courses, while reducing costs and promoting new course offerings. E-learning opportunities address the challenge of reaching students who are geographically distant from college campuses. E-learning also makes college courses more accessible for groups that often face obstacles to succeeding in a traditional learning environment, including First Nations and people with disabilities. And E-learning efforts help to ensure that all groups with an Internet connection have comparably equitable prospects for accessing education at an Ontario college.

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