Thursday, May 29, 2014

CUC Joins eCampusAlberta Consortium

Representatives from the 26 member institutions of eCampusAlberta
met with Premier Dave Hancock to celebrate the expansion
of the online learning service.
CUC students now have access to more than 900 online courses through eCampusAlberta.  A consortium of Alberta's 26 publically-funded post-secondary institutions, eCampusAlberta was established in 2002 to facilitate greater access to high-quality online learning opportunities.

Canadian University College, along with six other Alberta institutions, was able to join the consortium for one year thanks to a special grant by the Province of Alberta.  "During this initial year we will monitor the extent to which students make use of eCampusAlberta and decide if it is cost-effective to continue membership," explained CUC President Mark Haynal.

Students should consult with their academic advisor and obtain the necessary approval from CUC Registrar Larry Murrin before taking any off-campus course they hope to apply toward a degree at CUC.

Jesal Odedra, Operations Manager for eCampusAlberta met with Dr. Haynal recently to sign documents related to CUC's participation in the online service.

No comments:

Post a Comment