virtual 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
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