distance learning

Baillie (top right) on a video call with other Bishop’s students who were hired to work with professors to design courses for online delivery (Loch Baillie)

Leaning into distance learning

Bishop’s student Loch Baillie got a job co-designing virtual classes and discovered ways to make studying from home better—for himself and others
(Illustration by Jarett Sitter)

Why movement is critical to learning

The way instruction is delivered in post-secondary institutions doesn’t always take into account the brain-body connection. In fact, it can reduce students to ’brains on sticks.’
Emily Carr Associate Professor, Mimi Gellman created homemade, plant-material brushes made from found materials. (Mimi Gellman and Yaaz Pillay)

More than virtual: How universities have embraced pandemic learning

Beyond the ‘pivot to virtual,’ Canadian universities have developed some pretty ingenious ways for students to learn and get to know each other
Outside guard. (Kai X. Zhao/RMC)

Online MBA programs in Canada 2021

Virtual options outlined in our updated 2021 MBA Guide
A diligent students works at home. (iStock)

Why learning from home is an unlikely training ground for a post-pandemic world

The pandemic has accelerated a trend that was already taking hold in higher education. And that, surprisingly, might be a good thing.