Ashlyne O’Neil

A laptop reading 12 Gifts of the OOLidays surrounded by colourful lights and small gift boxesA series of blog posts through Dec. 19 is the “12 Gifts of the OOLidays” from the Office of Open Learning.

Blog series to highlight digital tools for teaching and learning

The Office of Open Learning presents the campus community with a series of gifts in the form of a 12-post blog series that will run from Dec. 4 to 19, published on the Office of Open Learning blog.

The “12 Gifts of the OOLidays” are designed to highlight helpful digital teaching and learning tools, showcase open resources developed at the University of Windsor, and explore some important considerations for navigating our information-abundant digital world, says Ashlyne O’Neil, learning specialist in the Office of Open Learning.

Migrant Worker Health CareWith employment in a relatively high-risk industry and the temporary nature of their residency, treatment of migrant agricultural workers with critical illnesses is often interrupted by the end of their contracts. Learn more in the online presentation “Migrant Worker Health Care in Windsor-Essex County” at 3 p.m. Friday, March 24.

Events to conclude Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Decolonization Week

Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Decolonization Week will conclude today with a diverse range of events.
young person writing in workbookA single campus-wide course for all first-year students is intended to ease their transition to higher education.

Student partners support development of online first-year transition course

A single campus-wide course for all first-year students is intended to ease their transition to higher education.