Welcome to campusmanitoba.ca! We’ve built this website to showcase the projects and services we’ve developed over the last year and will continue supporting in the future. Since 2014, Campus Manitoba has supported students studying online through eCampus Manitoba, which is being relaunched later this spring as eCourses Manitoba. eCourses is one of our four major projects getting a facelift, including Set Your Course, OpenEd MB, and Transfer MB.
Visiting our new home on the web is an easy way to explore all our ventures and stay up to speed with everything we’re doing to help move education forward in Manitoba. Along with the website, we’re rolling out new visual identities to represent Campus Manitoba and our projects.
Campus Manitoba’s four major projects: eCourses Manitoba, Set Your Course, OpenEd Manitoba, and Transfer Manitoba.
Expanding access to education
In addition to supporting online education, we’ve expanded in the last year to include our work in open educational resources, transfer credit, and careers in Manitoba. In September of 2015, we launched the Manitoba Open Textbook Initiative to promote the use of open educational resources at Manitoba’s universities and colleges. The project is now under the new OpenEd MB umbrella, which will include all efforts to enhance teaching and learning through the use of open educational resources.
Beyond our work in OER, Campus Manitoba oversees additional projects that support post-secondary education in the province. In January of 2016, we launched Set Your Course, an online resource showcasing careers and educational pathways right here in Manitoba. We’re also looking forward to launching Transfer Manitoba in the near future, a website that will show how course credits move between Manitoba’s universities and colleges.
A culture of collaboration
Through our projects and services, Campus Manitoba encourages collaboration among Manitoba’s public post-secondary institutions. Like our partners, we advocate for more accessible education and believe in doing whatever we can to help all students succeed.
You may have noticed a “Chat with us” option at the bottom of this website — that’s where our Virtual Help Desk lives. Campus Manitoba offers help to all our visitors on the Virtual Help Desk. Through chat, email, and phone, we’ve helped hundreds of students navigate Manitoba’s post-secondary system over the past two years. Whether you’re looking at online learning through eCourses, browsing transfer credits on Transfer MB, or finding new careers on Set Your Course, we’re standing by to answer any of your questions. We look forward to hearing from you!
Campus Manitoba is a consortium of Manitoba’s public post-secondary institutions. Through collaborative projects and shared services, we facilitate student mobility and expand access to post-secondary programs for students in Manitoba. In addition to campusmanitoba.ca, our websites include ecoursesmb.ca, setyourcourse.ca, openedmb.ca, and the forthcoming transfermb.ca.
Access to education is at the heart of everything we do.
Here are the ways we work to make learning accessible in Manitoba.
eCourses is your resource for online learning in Manitoba, providing flexible pathways for you to achieve your academic or career goals. With more than 1,200 courses to choose from, you can craft an education that works best for you. Our Virtual Help Desk is here to help you navigate through courses from across Manitoba’s post-secondary institutions.
Home to more than 300 open educational resources (OERs), the Manitoba Open Textbook Initiative provides support to help you (as a faculty member) review, adapt and adopt open textbooks. If you’re a student, browse our collection of open textbooks that you can read, download or print for free.
Set Your Course is your launchpad for a Manitoba-specific education or career information. Get the knowledge you need to make informed decisions about your future; with career-planning tools, labour market information and links to Manitoba’s post-secondary institutions.
Campus Manitoba’s administrative office is located on Treaty 2 territory, with offices in Treaty 1 territory, the shared traditional lands of Anishinaabeg, Cree, Oji-Cree, Assiniboine, Dakota and Dene Peoples, and the homeland of the Métis Nation. Let this acknowledgement be an opening for us to learn more about the land we live on and envision a way to challenge racism, inequality and colonialism.