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Teaching Portfolio Guidelines

Guidelines for Developing a Teaching Portfolio are located officially under Regulations Relating to the Employment of Tenure-Track and Tenured Academic Staff, Appendix A, page 22. 

These guidelines, along with other regulations pertaining to the employment, reappointment and promotion of academic faculty members, have been revised as of February 2014.

Resources & Help


Academic Resources

Syllabus example statements clickers [.doc]
Important information and sample paragraphs that can be used for course outlines.

D. Bruff (2008). Classroom Response System ("Clickers") Bibliography, Vanderbilt Center for Teaching.

Mercury Online Manuals

These manuals show you how to access and use the online course evaluation system, Mercury.

Help with Mercury

For Students, Faculty and Staff

Questions regarding course evaluation content, process or policy   
Contact the Mercury System Administrator at mercury [dot] info [at] mcgill [dot] ca (subject: Mercury%20Course%20Evaluations) .
Technical Support for Minerva/Mercury

Teaching and Learning Support

Comprehensive Support for Active Learning Classrooms (ALCs)

This page is specifically addressed to instructors teaching in Active Learning Classrooms.

Support strategies have been developed based upon a variety of sources. These include: