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ā€œOntario Onlineā€: Centre of Excellence in technology enabled learning
Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities [corporate]

PublishedDecember 2013
Type of workMinistry of Training, Colleges and Universities memorandum
PublisherGovernment of Ontario
CountryCanada, North America

ABSTRACT
Memorandum to:
Executive Heads of Provincially Assisted Universities,
Presidents of Colleges of Applied Arts and Technology
President and CEO of Colleges Ontario
President and CEO of Council of Ontario Universities

Subject: ā€œOntario Onlineā€: Centre of Excellence in technology enabled learning

Keywords Centre for Excellence · collaboration · Contact North · OER policy · OntarioLearn · technology enabled learning

Published atToronto, Ontario
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