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Campus Saskatchewan

Campus Saskatchewan, a partnership among Saskatchewan’s post-secondary institutions and the Department of Learning, was established in 2002. The partners work together to use technology-enhanced learning to increase opportunities for people in Saskatchewan to access high quality Education and training, at times and in places that best meet their needs. Charter members of Campus Saskatchewan were the University of Regina, the University of Saskatchewan, the Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology, Carlton Trail Regional College, Cumberland Regional College, Cypress Hills Regional College, Northlands College, Parkland Regional College, Prairie West Regional College, North West Regional College, Southeast Regional College, First Nations University of Canada, the Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies, Gabriel Dumont Institute, Dumont Technical Institute, and Saskatchewan Learning.

Through Campus Saskatchewan, post-secondary institutions coordinate development of courses and programs using technology that respond to student demands as well as provincial economic and social needs. The Campus Saskatchewan partnership provides a forum for the institutions to work together to coordinate services to support students. The members review and revise institutional academic and administrative policies to make it easier for students to take courses using alternate formats from more than one institution. The institutions also coordinate professional development and support for faculty in the integration of technology into teaching practice. The partners have established a web site (www.campussaskatchewan.ca) that provides a one-stop location for information, announcements and links related to technology-enhanced learning. The web site houses a comprehensive directory of Saskatchewan post-secondary credit courses delivered in alternative formats, including online, televised, off-campus classes, independent studies, and other multimedia technologies.

Kathy Stedwill

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