Fourth topic: Giving Efficient and Personalized Audio-recorded Feedback
Would you like to reduce the time you spend writing comments on assignments while still offering meaningful feedback? Would you like to motivate your students to attend to your feedback? Professor Carolyn Samuel will demonstrate audio-recorded feedback, a time-efficient yet personalized means for providing comments on written and oral assignments.
Information Studies Seminar Series: "The Experience Sampling Method and its Assets for Soundscape Research." Guest speaker Dr. J. Steffens
Join us for a McGill School of Information Studies (SIS) Seminar Series talk on benefits of using experience sampling methodology in soundscape research with speaker Dr. Jochen Steffens.
McGill is launching its first #ConsentMcGill Campaign from October 20 to 24, 2014 at the downtown campus and from October 22-24 at Macdonald campus!
#ConsentMcGill is an educational campaign to increase campus understanding of consent, as it applies to sexual activity and to our day-to-day lives.
Developed in collaboration with students, faculty and staff, #ConsentMcGill will discuss the three main aspects of consent: Asking, Listening and Respecting one another.
On Oct. 16, McGill University launched the Vision 2020 Sustainability Strategy, a blueprint for increasing social, economic, and environmental sustainability in the McGill community. Over a hundred and fifty students attended the launch event at the Y-intersection last Thursday afternoon.
Oct. 21, 2014 | The McGill Tribune
Information Studies Seminar Series: "Trust, Organizational Culture, & Knowledge Sharing." Dr. M. Evans
Join us for a McGill School of Information Studies (SIS) Seminar Series talk on the role of trust in organizational knowledge sharing with Dr. Max Evans.
Join us for a bakesale supporting the McGill-Centraide campaign organized by HR, IT, SCS, and ISR.
<p>AstroMcGill presents the 28th Public Astro Night, with a public lecture by Dr. Laurens Keek. He is a post-doctoral fellow visiting the Physics Department of McGill University from the Georgia Institute of Technology.</p>
Please note that the myMcGill portal will be unavailable for 2 hours on Saturday, October 25, from 10 pm to midnight, for maintenance work. This period coincides with the Minerva/Banner regularly scheduled monthly downtime.
During this period you will still be able to access major IT services, such as email and myCourses, using the links on When myMcGill is unavailable page.
We apologize for the inconvenience this may cause.
The Asia Pacific Law Association of McGill (APLAM), a student club at the Faculty of Law, is organizing a panel discussion on the Hong Kong protests featuring six national experts.
Since September 2014 activists in Hong Kong have protested outside the government headquarters. Learn why and what it means for Hong Kong’s future. Our panelists will answer your questions and discuss the political situation in Hong Kong.
With the participation of Rémi Bolduc, Kevin Dean, Jim Doxas, Mark Fewer, Fraser Hollins, Donny Kennedy, Hank Knox, Dave Laing, Michel Lambert, Josh Rager, Min Rager, Joe Sullivan, Alec Walkington, Andre White, Jean-Pierre Zanella, Uccello and more.