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Expanding access to flexible, equitable, accessible learning

Ryerson University has a reputation for a high-quality curriculum and we are leading the charge in eLearning projects and initiatives. Online and in-class course components are being integrated to create active learning opportunities for students and instructors, and these opportunities can improve equitable access to high-quality learning experiences for our students. This initiative emerges from the priorities for eLearning identified in Ryerson's academic plan, as well as more than five years of consultation by the eLearning working group.

Initiatives and Projects

Ryerson's new Blended Learning Lab brings Ryerson educators, students and academic administrators together to collaborate and discover new ways of implementing blended learning across campus.

New opportunities will be coming soon!

UPDATE: The ministry license will expire on September 21, 2021.  

For the past three years, Ryerson faculty, instructors, students and staff have had full access to LinkedIn Learning through a Ministry of Colleges and Universities license administered by eCampusOntario. The ministry license will expire on September 21, 2020.

Ryerson University has purchased a one-year campus-wide license. Faculties may consider purchasing access in the future.

Using a multimedia approach, Vital Signs helps learners develop best practices in vital sign measurement. Easily customizable to meet a wide range of learning needs, can be downloaded to electronic devices or printed.