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Learn with Ancestry Project

Learn is the home for courses and educational materials on Ancestry Project.

Courses

Courses are training offerings designed to help you get the most out of Ancestry Project.

Courses cover topics like using the website and creating digital storytelling (Intro to Digital Storytelling arrived in May!)

Content

Content includes the educational resources provided to you as a registered user.

At launch in January 2017 our content includes: interactive web pages, PDFs, audio/video and PowerPoint presentations.

Courses

Courses are training offerings designed to help you get the most out of Ancestry Project.

Courses cover topics like using the website and creating digital storytelling (Intro to Digital Storytelling will arrive in February)

Content

Content includes the educational resources provided to you as a registered user.

At launch in January 2017 our content includes: interactive web pages, PDFs, audio/video and PowerPoint presentations.

Registration

Free access to content

Explore educational materials, media and the blog. Access is free throughout 2017.

To access content you will need to register.

Registration

Free access to content

Explore educational materials, media and the blog. Access is free throughout 2017.

To access content you will need to register.

Materials

Explore Canada through Ancestry Project

Viola Desmond
& David Suzuki

Scots to Canada

“Rocks and Trees” by
Wendell Ferguson

Courses

All you need is a browser.

Courses at Ancestry Project will train you in areas like education technology and digital storytelling.
“Introduction to Digital Storytelling” has launched.
Join the free course now!

To access courses you will need to register.

From the Blog

Interview with Mohammad Hashemi

This interview is a part of a series that features creatives working in Canadian education. Mohammad Hashemi is a man of many talents: writer, teacher, translator, author of a number of books for language teachers and students. Read on for his thoughts on Canada at 150 years, the best in education technology and a special anecdote from his move from Iran to Ottawa.

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Interview with Mike Simpson

Why did you create Ancestry Project? What is your role? I wrote about this in a recent blog post but I’m happy to summarize it here. As a teacher and designer interested in bridging the worlds of education and design-media, it was a curiosity to me to see how I might...

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