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McGill Reporter
May 3, 2007 - Volume 39 Number 16
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Tips for teaching, policing

Course design and teaching workshop

McGill University professors will have a chance to design or redesign their courses during the Course Design and Teaching Workshop, Teaching and Learning Services' 30-hour intensive workshop.

The May 10, 11 and 14-16 workshop provides a venue for professors to learn about course design concepts and apply them to their courses.

Participants will also teach small segments of their courses and receive feedback from their peers and the facilitators.

By the workshop's end, participants will have a complete course outline and insights about course design, teaching and learning.

Participants must be able to attend all sessions.

For information, please contact Dr. Mariela Tovar at mariela.tovar@mcgill.ca, or call ext. 5996.

To register for the workshop, please contact Mary-Jo Rahal at mary-josephine.rahal@mcgill.ca or call ext. 6648.

Give your information, not your name

Do you have information that could help solve a crime but do not want to "get involved"?

Then consider using McGill University's anonymous TIPS line: 514-398-TIPS (8477).

This is a voice mail box designed to receive tips from the McGill community. It permits you to remain unidentified while at the same time providing the information needed to help maintain the safety and security of the people and assets of our community.

This service is another way in which McGill University Security and Fire Prevention Services works with you for a safer, better community.

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