The eLearning Academy was created to provide students with an alternative approach to their studies. This unit has made it possible for courses to be taken solely online or using a blended approach.
The eLearning Unit has embarked on a series of projects, including;
A collaboration between the eLearning Academy and The Taiwan International Cooperation and Development Fund (ICDF), this workshop was a response to the growing need to develop capacity in Technology Enabled Instruction among practitioners in Saint Lucia’s education system.
This course is designed to help our participants understand how learning analytics can be harnessed to improve their educational products and processes. Learners will have opportunities to curate, install and use analytics tools embedded in various VLEs, along with third party tools. They will explore approaches to analysing available data and consider approaches to responding to that data within their contexts.
This programme is aimed at reskilling teachers so that they can effectively employ media and technology to support learning in physical and virtual spaces (Technology Enabled Learning). The programme is designed to assist teachers in adopting blended learning strategies through a step-by-step constructivist and design-based approach.
SALCC is in dialogue with DEPARTMENT OF THE PUBLIC SERVICE to serve as the main provider of ongoing profession development for members of the public service. This service will involve training in public administration, governance/ egovernance, public policy planning and development.
This project is aimed at upskilling animators, audio-visual and creative content producers to develop content for digital education. This would assist educators and teachers so that they can design and develop context-relevant animation, creative and digital resources to support learning in physical and virtual spaces. The design of this initiative will also support teachers in distribution of developed products and in adoption of blended learning strategies through a step-by-step constructivist and design-based approach.
SALCC in collaboration with OECS and Global Education Practice won approval of grant funding to build the capacity of OECS countries to use and develop Virtual laboratories for technical education. This component will support the creation of the first network of State colleges in the OECS capable of developing in-house Virtual Laboratories for technical education.