Clint Lalonde

Apereo Board Director

Organizational Member Seat
First Elected, June 2022
Current term, July 1, 2022 – June 30, 2025

Clint is an educational technologist and advocate for the use of open educational resources and open education practices in higher education. He has a great interest in open education, specifically open-source technologies and their wider use in higher education to support open education projects and initiatives. 

Clint has worked in the British Columbia post-secondary system for 25 years. He is currently an Open Education Project Manager with BCcampus. This non-profit provincial consortium provides leadership and support to the 25 publicly funded post-secondary institutions in the province of British Columbia. BCcampus works with institutions on collaborative projects in open education, education technology, online & blended learning, and teaching & learning practices in higher education.

In his ten years with BCcampus, he has worked on numerous multi-institutional collaborative open technology initiatives. He administers open education project grants for the BC post-secondary system. He is the Product Owner in an Agile development project to rebuild the provincial open textbook repository. He is also a founding member of the BC Open EdTech Collaborative, a network of post-secondary educators who provide open-source software support to post-secondary educators interested in using open-source technologies in their teaching & learning practices. Lalonde is an Associate Professor in the School of Education & Technology program at Royal Roads University and an occasional Sessional Lecturer in the Department of Education at the University of Victoria.

Previously, he was the Manager of Learning Technologies in the Centre for Teaching & Technology at Royal Roads University. He has also worked at Camosun College, supporting faculty in developing distributed education courses and programs. In 2002, Lalonde attended the Application and Management of Information Technology (AMIT) program at the University of Victoria and completed his Masters in Learning and Technology at Royal Roads University in 2011.