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Sharing for Success
The OeLC (Ontario eLearning Consortium) is a grassroots partnership of Ontario school boards that began 2005. We are comprised of a collective of boards, each of which has entered into mutual agreement to open their eLearning courses to all students throughout member boards without a course fee.
|Current Number of Member Boards||55|
|Total Number of Classes||2,417|
|Current Number of Classes (Regular)||2,100|
|Current Enrollment (Regular)||42,360|
|Current Number of Classes (Con Ed)||317|
|Current Enrollment (Con Ed)||2,165|
|Current Number of Classes (Remote)||823|
|Current Enrollment (Remote)||3,351|
Currently, the Consortium supports 55 member boards (28 Public and 27 Catholic) representing students who reside in both metropolitan and rural areas throughout Ontario.
With the support of an Executive Director, Technical Director, Program Coordinator, Technical Support & Program Facilitator, and the Executive Committee (selected from amongst its member Boards), the OeLC works together to:
The OeLC shares a registration / communication / tracking / reporting system, known as PRISM, to which all member boards and their respective staff involved in eLearning programming (e.g., administrators, managers, coordinators, and teachers) and student registration (e.g., registrars and guidance counsellors) have access.
Bringing Online Teachers Together
Brought to you by the OeLC
In partnership with CANeLearn