OntarioLearn.com Newsletter – The OntarioLearn.com newsletter, circulated four times a year, is an excellent resource for instructors teaching online courses, not just OntarioLearn.com courses. Check out the latest edition today!
The Online Teacher’s Resource Site – This incredibly useful site was built in collaboration with OntarioLearn.com. The site offers excellent tips, tools and strategies related to building online courses and teaching online, and provides a long list of useful resources.
The Blended Learning Toolkit - This site is a free resource, consisting of an open repository of information, research and resources related to blended and hybrid learning and designed for "educational institutions interested in developing or expanding their blended learning initiatives".
Saylor.org - Saylor.org is a free and open collection of college level courses.
Open Educational Resources - OER offers free-to-use teaching and learning content from around the world including TED ED lectures and MIT Coursewear.
Open Access Content - The Humber Library has put together a resource for teachers looking for a variety of open access content (Project Gutenberg, National Academic Press).
For specific technical help, faculty should view the help/support documents in the eLearning Help Centre.