The MANITOBA ASSOCIATION FOR DISTRIBUTED LEARNING AND TRAINING MADLaT) is a voluntary, non-profit association made up of individuals and corporate members interested in distributed learning and training in Manitoba. Individuals include members from K to S4 and post-secondary educational institutions, private trainers, multimedia providers and information technology providers and corporations. The purpose of the Association is to actively foster collaboration, cooperation and understanding among those involved with distributed learning and training in Manitoba. For more information about MADLAT and its annual conference visit the web site.
The Association is a voluntary association of the universities and colleges in the Atlantic region and in the West Indies which offer programmes leading to a degree or have degree- granting status. Today the Association represents the collective interests of 18 member institutions.
The national and international voice of Canada's colleges and institutes.
Athabasca University is Canada's leading distance-education university: Canada's Open University. In 1999-2000 it served almost 20,000 students, and the number is rising at a rate in excess of 20% per year. Some 150,000 students have benefited from AU's individualized courses and programs since the University was created by the Government of Alberta in 1970. AU is dedicated to the removal of barriers that traditionally restrict access to and success in university- level studies, and to increasing equality of educational opportunity for all adult Canadians, regardless of their geographical location or prior academic credentials. AU hosts the on-line publication of CADE's Journal of Distance Education.
CAUCE is a professional association of deans, directors, senior administrative personnel and practitioners whose professional careers are in university continuing education in Canada. Membership in CAUCE is on an institutional basis with most benefits of membership also extended to subscriber members.
The Canadian Bureau for International Education (CBIE) is Canada's national organization dedicated exclusively to international education. CBIE's activities comprise advocacy, research and information services, training programs, scholarship management, professional development for international educators and a host of other services for member institutions and learners.
Le Conseil canadien sur l'apprentissage (CCA) est une société nationale indépendante à but non lucratif qui se consacre à l'amélioration de l'apprentissage dans tout le pays et dans tous les milieux.
Education can be a very puzzling world. Not having all the pieces makes it more difficult to understand. The Canadian Education Association is the network for leaders in education. Leaders depend on us to look at the latest trends and to connect them with the most innovative ideas and important research focussing not only on Canada but internationally as well. Since 1891, we have built a national, bilingual organization whose mandate is for the improvement of education in Canada. We are the only charitable organization that offers a vehicle to connect with educational leaders and decision makers. CEA offers you many opportunities to connect with leaders in education
Le Conseil québécois de la formation à distance (CQFD) existe depuis 1995 et est présente en FAD par sa revue "DistanceS" et par les colloques et rencontre en FAD qu'elle organise.
L'Association des universités et collèges du Canada est la voix des universités canadiennes. Il représente 92 universités et collèges universitaires publics et privés à but non lucratif au Canada.
Collaborative Distance Delivery Sites Alberta’s Advisory Committee on Educational Technology compiled baseline information on the approaches of 19 collaborative organizations that are designing and delivering curriculum.
Depuis 1988, le REFAD réunit les personnes et les organisations intéressées à promouvoir et développer l'éducation en français par le biais de l'éducation à distance. Le REFAD fournit information, visibilité et lieux de contacts à ses membres répartis sur l'ensemble du territoire canadien. Peuvent être membres les écoles, collèges, cégeps, universités, associations, ministères, entreprises et chaînes de télévision qui oeuvrent ou s'intéressent à la formation à distance.