McGill University is a member of the Education Advisory Board that provides best practice research and practical advice to leaders of academic affairs, business affairs, student affairs, continuing, online, and professional education, and community colleges across North America. A substantial library of high-level reports on a variety of subjects is available to anyone with a McGill University ID and password.
Through an affiliation with edX, McGill is part of a consortium of 28 leading institutions from North America, Europe, Asia and Australia dedicated to using innovative technologies to enhance education on their campuses and for a worldwide community of learners.
The Provost oversees and has responsibility for:
Below you will find surveys, reports and presentations that provide information about McGill’s faculty members for its faculty members.
The following offices and services are of special interest to Faculty members.
Compacts are a Faculty-by-Faculty expression of an integrated, multi-year, multi-fund planning and resource allocation process linked to the strategic plans and academic priorities of the University. The Academic Management Office oversees the Compact process.