Below, you will find information on preparing a course outline in keeping with current McGill policy.
Course outlines are intended to provide students with an overall plan for a course to enable them to function efficiently and effectively in the course. A course outline can be divided into seven sections:
Teaching and Learning Services (TLS) provides an entry point for your questions and support needs for teaching at McGill. Teaching is central to McGill's mission of offering our undergraduate and graduate students the best education available and is guided and supported by many policies, activities and units at McGill.
Teaching and Learning Services (TLS) is dedicated to enhancing teaching and learning at McGill by supporting instructors, departments and Faculties in the implementation of learning-centred course and curriculum design and teaching.
Introduction to Course Design and Teaching Workshop (ICDT)
The ICDT is an intensive, 1 ½ day workshop where McGill instructors (re)design a course and exchange feedback with peers to improve course design and teaching. Learn more.
The following is a list of all policies and guidelines that directly address teaching at McGill. Note that other policies may apply depending on course circumstances; please contact tls [at] mcgill [dot] ca if you have any specific questions.
Alan Blizzard Award
The Alan Blizzard Award is a team-based award which was established to recognize exemplary collaboration in projects and initiatives designed to enhance university teaching and learning. Collaborative work can take place within a discipline, or across departmental, administrative and institutional boundaries. Read more