Monthly Archives: March 2015

Trends & Roles Blog – Part Three: Web Conference Reflection

On February 18, 2015, I participated in a web conference with my learning partner for PIDP 3100, Joel Feenstra. Joel is currently an instructor within the University of Fraser Valley’s (UFV) Trades and Technology Centre. In addition to instructing, Joel … Continue reading

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Trends & Roles Blog Part Two: Trends

Trends in Hybrid Delivery Learning and how they relate to Public Relations Some may say that the entire concept of online or hybrid-delivery learning is a “trend in and of itself;” however, I personally, believe that online learning is here … Continue reading

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Trends & Roles Blog – Part One: Insights

Personal insights on the roles played by adult educators in the Hybrid Delivery model Objective Pedagogical learning is traditionally geared towards youth who may “consider learning as an imposed or contrived institution with no immediate practical application or personal benefit. … Continue reading

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CPRS Speaker Series: Is the media release dead?

Last night, I had the pleasure of attending the CPRS Vancouver Chapter’s event “Still kicking: The importance of media releases as storytelling workhorses” lead by Andrew Frank, Instructor at Kwantlen Polytechnic University. Here are my personal reflections on the event. … Continue reading

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