My educational interests include network learning, social learning, open education and open educational resources. I hack a bit of code now and then, mostly WordPress, and like to play with the web, trying to figure out how this internet thing can be used for teaching and learning.
This blog is a personal blog and do not reflect the opinions of BCcampus or RRU.
In 2002, I attended the Application and Management of Information Technology (AMIT) program at the University of Victoria, and completed my Masters in Learning and Technology at Royal Roads University in 2011.
Before working in educational technology, I had a bit of a career as a radio broadcaster, working at a few radio stations in Alberta and BC, many which no longer exist. I sincerely regret any part I might have had in their disappearance from the airwaves. In a previous life I had long hair and was the hippie station manager of Global Roots Radio Village 900 (another station that, as of March 5th, 2012, no longer exists).
And yes, that is really me in 1974. Rockin’ the hipster look before hipster was deck. Or is that dope? Crazy kids these days with their kookie words. I can’t keep up.
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Clint Lalonde is an educational technologist and an advocate for the use of open educational resources and open education practices in higher education. Clint has worked in the British Columbia post-secondary system for 20 years, and is currently the Manager of Education Technologies at BCcampus. He is also Associate Faculty in the School of Education and Technology at Royal Roads University.
Where to find me
- Google profile
- clintlalonde on Twitter
- Zotero (academic research)
- Amazon Kindle
- clintlalonde on Diigo
- Flickr (photos)
- YouTube (videos)
- WindWebGuy on Wikipedia
- clint.lalonde on Skype
And if you ever want to buy me a present, here’s a few ideas from my Amazon wishlist 🙂