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February 15, 2019

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Bridging Theory with Experience in Community-Engaged Learning


February 22, 12:00 - 1:00pm


How can community-university partnerships support mutually beneficial goals, democratize knowledge production, and help students develop into engaged citizens? Come listen to professors and a student talk about their experiences co-developing these partnerships and innovations in teaching and learning.



Supervisors: Join us at TLS for lunch!


April 12, 12:00 - 1:30pm


TLS and GPS invite all supervisors to engage in meaningful conversations about graduate supervision. Share your graduate supervision experiences with colleagues over lunch. Learn from other supervisors about strategies and approaches that contribute to successful supervisory relationships. A light lunch and coffee will be provided.




ATOC 185x: Natural Disasters 


Course launches: March 6, 12:00pm


In this Massive Open Online Course (MOOC), you will learn the science behind different types of natural disasters, and our ability, or inability, to control and predict these events. In this 9 week MOOC on edX, you will learn about a different natural disaster each week. This course is open to anyone interested. We encourage you to invite a friend!






Skills development for undergraduate students


SKILLS21 is a workshop-based skills development program for undergraduate students. It provides opportunities for developing 21st century skills, values, and attitudes.


Skills for Time Management


February 27, 2:00 - 4:00pm

Do your students feel like there aren’t enough hours in the day? In this workshop, students will learn strategies to organize their priorities, increase their productivity, and effectively manage their time.



Skills development for graduate students


SKILLSETS offers skill development opportunities to complement the research training provided by the academic experience at McGill. Open to all graduate students and postdoctoral fellows.


Getting the Best Out of your Supervisor

March 14, 1:00 - 3:00pm


Looking for advice to make your relationship with your supervisor stronger? Join us for a panel discussion to learn about the importance of this relationship and the impact it can have on your graduate experience. 



Guide: Add Readings to myCourses


The Library can help you make course readings available to your students at no cost with myCourses. It’s easy to link to the library’s millions of articles and ebooks, or to scan and upload book chapters and articles directly to myCourses.


Mid-course Evaluations


Want to receive valuable feedback from your students during the term while it’s still possible to make adjustments to your teaching? Effective strategies include administering an anonymous survey through myCourses, asking questions anonymously using Polling @ McGill, and having an in-class, student-led feedback forum.


Add Questions to your Course Evaluation


Deadline: March 12

Instructors may add up to three questions to their course evaluation questionnaire. This is an opportunity for you to get feedback specific to your course context or your teaching, such as the use of new teaching strategies. 
Course evaluation dates:

  •     Default period: March 21 - May 2
  •     Condensed period: March 21 - April 14


New Posts on Teaching for Learning at McGill University


This blog, hosted by TLS, features posts by instructors, students, and anyone else in higher education we’re lucky enough to collaborate with. Join in conversations about teaching and learning!












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