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Posted Friday, 29 January, 2021

This March, therapists and counselors will have the opportunity to expand their expertise and grow their clientele with Grief Therapy for Couples and Families . The course is facilitated by registered psychotherapist Lisa Woolgar, a mental health professional with more than 15 years of experience in the field.
Grief is often part of the story for those working with couples and families who are seeking support, as well as those whose dreams, expectations, and needs have not...

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Posted Monday, 04 January, 2021

Catherine McMeekingOpenEd is delighted to add Catherine McMeeking to the growing list of experienced equine studies instructors. This winter, McMeeking will be teaching the newly redeveloped course Management of the Broodmare, Stallion and Foal .
“This course explores many areas of breeding management and provides a foundation of knowledge for those who wish to be a part of the breeding industry,” says Catherine. “Not only will students learn the science of breeding, they...

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Posted Monday, 04 January, 2021

This January, Dr. Elise Lofgren will join the Equine Studies Online program as the new instructor for Equine Behaviour . Elise will bring her unique combination of academic research and practical applications to the course.
“Equine behaviour is the foundation of understanding how horses operate and is something we must account for in our management and training of these horses,” says Lofgren. “Horses do not have agency to make decisions for themselves...

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Posted Friday, 18 December, 2020

Effective January 1, 2021, changes will be made to the Zoom institutional account settings to increase the security of the University's online learning environments.
The changes will apply to all newly created meetings; however, these new security setting defaults will not be applied automatically to any scheduled Zoom meetings created before January 1, 2021.
The updates will require all students who are enrolled in classes using Zoom as the web conferencing...

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Posted Friday, 04 December, 2020

This December, OpenEd is running a contest to support opportunities for continuous learning. The contest, which has a Santa’s Workshop theme, begins Friday, December 4 and closes on Sunday, December 20, 2020.
The OpenEd Holiday Contest 2020 is designed for interested participants to search for Santa’s Workshop-themed graphics placed randomly throughout the OpenEd website and OpenEd Student Portal. There is total of 10 graphics to be found, giving each participant...

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