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Thanks for taking part in the 12 Apps of Christmas. You are one of hundreds that took part in this offering of the 12 Apps of Christmas. Please come back and check out Apps you may have missed as the lessons will remain open and available for your continued fun and learning. Also, take a look through the Apps from previous years.
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Stay connected with ETUG
The Educational Technologies User’s Group (ETUG) is a grassroots community of practice, and we could always use a few more roots. While we’re focused on post-secondary education in British Columbia, I’d like to take this opportunity to invite all the 12Apps participants from across Canada and around the world to subscribe to the newsletter, join in our 25th anniversary activities, and participate in our workshops and conferences. You can stay in the loop if you sign up for our newsletter.
ETUG’s 25th Anniversary Conference
It’s been 25 years since the Educational Technology User’s Group started mixing the technology with the pedagogy. The anniversary conference is going be a special one. Mark you calendars to join us for the ETUG 25th Anniversary Conference (a Back to Future experience) June 20-21 at Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops British Columbia.
Please, reuse these micro-lessons
All the lessons for the 12 Apps of Christmas are shared under a CC Attribution 4.0 International License. Please feel free to use and reuse with attribution to the creators of that days app.
The 12 Apps Gang
We’d like to acknowledge the contributions of the team who worked behind the scenes to get this show on the road. Organizing and administering the 12 Apps this year was Keith Webster with editing assistance from Bonnie Johnston. Wisdom and backup were provided by Robynne Devine and Clint Lalonde.
A diverse group of educators and students shared their favorite Apps and created the mini-lessons accompanying each. They include:
App 1: Jamie Billingham, Justice Institute of British Columbia
App 2: Aiden Gibson, Queen’s University Belfast
App 3: Grant Potter, University of Northern British Columbia
App 4: Lisa O’Neill, Delft University of Technology
App 5: Sylvia Riessner, Educomm
App 6: Ian Linkletter, University of British Columbia
App 7: Donna Desbiens, Royal Roads University
App 8: Lisa Ransom, Auckland University of Technology
App 9: Heather Wik, College of the Rockies
App 10: Ken Harmel, University of the Fraser Valley
App 11: Keith Webster, Royal Roads University
App 12: Emily Renoe, University of British Columbia
And special thanks to Robyn Humphreys (BCcampus) for the lovely graphics. Best Wishes from all of us for a very Merry Christmas and a Happy 2019!
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.