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The elevator in Environment 1 (EV1) is shut down for maintenance from April 23 to May 25, 2018. During this time, the only way to access CTE’s offices on the third floor of EV1 is by the stairs. We are happy to arrange an alternative meeting place for CTE meetings if requested. For directions to our workshop spaces (EV1 241 and 242) via the elevator in EV3, please visit our Location page. We invite you to contact us if you have any questions or concerns. 

Teaching with technology

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Blended learning is the practice of integrating face-to-face teaching and online teaching. Studies have shown that that blended learning can be more effective than either face-to-face or online learning alone.1 At Waterloo, blended learning is supported by CTE's Faculty Liaisons. To learn more, click the "Blended learning" menu item to the left, or contact Mary Power, Senior Instructional Developer, Blended Learning.

Educational technologies facilitate teaching and learning. Such technologies can support objectives and activities such as collaborative learning, dissemination of content, peer review, experiential learning, assessment, and much more. To learn more, click the "Educational technologies" menu item to the left, or contact Mark Morton, Senior Instructional Developer, Emerging Technologies. 

1Garrison, D.R., & Kanuka, H.(2004) Blended learning: Uncovering its transformative potential in higher education. The Internet and Higher Education, 7(2), 95–105.