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myCourses Upgrade on May 29: New, Consistent Look and Feel

Published: 28Apr2017

On May 29, myCourses, McGill’s learning management system, will be upgraded to be responsive for a consistent user experience across computers, tablets, and mobile devices....

Teaching What's Important: Educating Students for Today and Tomorrow

11Dec201508:30
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Description: A one-day symposium for McGill instructors, focusing on strategies inside and outside the classroom.

Sustaining motivation: Engaging students in their learning (Webinar)

22Feb201812:15
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How can you help students develop expertise? How can you help students stay interested in what they are learning?/tlsCategory: Teaching and learning

Customize your Course Evaluations: Writing Meaningful Questions (Webinar)

27Feb201812:00
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You may not be aware that instructors can add up to three questions to their Mercury end-of-course evaluation questionnaires. Attend this webinar to learn how to design questions that will allow...

Yan P. Lin Centre Annual Lecture: Timur Kuran, "Clashes with and within Islam: Roles of Intolerant Communities"

29Mar201816:30
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The Yan P. Lin Centre Annual Lecture will be given by Timur Kuran/lin-centreCategory: Academic seminars and lectures Faculty of Arts Academic talks and conferences Public lectures

Global Justice Seminar: Serena Parekh, "The Refugee Regime and Global Structural Injustice"

16Feb201814:30
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  The Research Group on Global Justice of the Yan P. Lin Centre for the Study of Freedom and Global Orders in the Ancient and Modern Worlds

Breakfast Reboot: Sharing Stories of Academic Innovation in Science Education

13Dec201708:00
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The Faculty of Science and Building 21 invite you to a new speaker series for sharing stories of academic innovation in science education./tlsCategory: Teaching and learning

Deliberate practice and feedback makes progress: Teaching students to develop expertise (Webinar)

24Jan201812:15
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How can you help students develop expertise? How can you help students stay interested in what they are learning?/tlsCategory: Teaching and learning

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