Ten recommendations for instructors for Winter 2021

Published: 7Jan2021

Welcome back! As classes begin we wanted to help you get the semester off on the right foot by offering a list of ten recommendations that can help you have a successful semester teaching. ...

How are Students Faring? Planning and Implementing Your Mid-course Evaluation Strategy


Wondering how students are faring in your course several weeks into the semester? Join us for this webinar where we will address how to select an appropriate mid-course evaluation strategy and...

Addressing Microaggressions in the Classroom: Attuning to Power Dynamics & Nervous Systems


The tension in the remote classroom is heavy. A few students appear to be typing privately amongst themselves in the chat, and one student left the class session abruptly. Three students whose...

Faculty of Science launches living library of teaching strategies

Published: 16Dec2020

The Living Library: Teaching Strategies from McGill Classrooms is a new initiative from the Office of Science Education to support faculty with planning and delivering courses.

New Learning Outcomes tool

Published: 10Dec2020

On December 14, 2020, you will notice something new when you access your course Content in myCourses. A new Learning Outcomes tool is now available in the suite of myCourses tools.

myCourses Homepage Upcoming Changes

Published: 11Dec2020

The myCourses homepage will be updated on December 15, 2020. To help optimize real estate, ease navigation, and help instructors and students find information quickly and easily, the following...

Shastri Institute Golden Jubilee Conference and Lecture Series Grant

Published: 3Dec2020

Shastri Indo-Canadian Institute (SICI) is pleased to invite proposals for online conferences and lecture series in the priority areas of Government of India from its 117 Indian member institutions...

Tips for Teaching Remotely


Are you teaching remotely this semester? TLS is here to support you with tips and discussions on topics such as building community with your students in an online environment and engaging them in...



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