McMaster University

McMaster University

Teaching & Learning Resources

Academic Development Center Fostering teaching excellence and innovation in support of student learning at Mount Royal College.

Centre for Leadership in Learning The CLL is a resource for everyone who teaches at McMaster University.

Centre for Teaching and Learning The Centre for Teaching, Learning, and Educational Technologies provides support services for Faculty, Teaching Assistants and Resource Personnel in order to promote and enhance the quality of teaching at Brock University

Centre for Teaching and Learning Services CTLS, at Concordia University, provides instructional improvement programs and resources to Concordia faculty and teaching assistants in order to promote excellence in teaching. It provides opportunities for faculty and teaching assistants to enhance their teaching skills and encourages the exploration of new approaches to teaching and learning.

Centre for the Support of Teaching CST serves as a centre for dialogue about university teaching and learning at York University. CST provides advocacy for excellence and innovation in teaching, and assists individuals, units and Faculties in improving student learning through innovative and comprehensive programming, a progressive, collaborative approach, extensive resources, and the promotion of academic planning priorities in the area of teaching and learning.

Centre for University Teaching CUT was established to provide pedagogical programs and services for members of the academic community to promote and provide support for the development and provision of the highest quality teaching at the University of Ottawa. The Centre promotes excellence and innovation in teaching through consultation and collaboration with individuals or units on campus, with a view to defining, clarifying, and highlighting pedagogical issues and then offering a range of pragmatic programs and activities or services to support more effectively teaching and learning.

Centre for Flexible Learning CFL, at the University of Windsor, promotes and supports a learning and teaching culture founded upon educational models characterized by high qualityand flexible access.

Curriculum, Teaching and Learning Information about teacher education, research centres and other resources at Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE) and University of Toronto.

Educational Development Centre The EDC is committed to the improvement, enhancement and support of teaching excellence at Carleton University by providing faculty with extensive pedagogical and technological support.

Instructional Development Centre The IDC's mission is to enhance the quality of student learning atQueen's University by providing services and programs to support the instructional development activities of individual teachers and academic units; and by encouraging university policies and practices that promote good teaching. The IDC's approach is collaborative, responsive, and pragmatic.

Instructional Development Information The Instructional Development team is committed to supporting quality teaching and the professional development of Wilfrid Laurier University. They provide a range of services, resources, and grants - from workshops, customized support, and individual consultations to course planning, peer mentoring and teaching awards.

Learning and Teaching Center The role of The Learning and Teaching Centre at the University of Victoriais to support and enhance the teaching improvement efforts of faculty and teaching assistants and to increase awareness of current research and strategies related to teaching and learning in higher education. Our goal is to offer resources, consultation, and a forum for discussion to help instructors provide a valuable learning experience to all students.

Office of Instructional Development Saint Mary's University Office of Instructional Development (OID) was established to support of teaching and learning, both off and on campus. The Office provides services and programs that offer opportunities for professional development in teaching to full and part time faculty.

Purdy Crawford Teaching Centre The Purdy Crawford Teaching Centre is mandated to advance teaching excellence at Mount Allison University through research, development, and promotion of instructional technologies and other beneficial approaches to teaching and learning. The Centre coordinates a range of services and resources to support faculty in their efforts to be effective and innovative teachers.

Teaching and Learning Services The programs and services offered by TLS teams promote , support and enhance teaching and learning at University of Toronto at Scarborough.

Teaching Resource and Continuing Education TRACE is dedicated to providing a number of services to the University of Waterloo community to enhance the quality of teaching and learning on-campus. 

Teaching Support Services TSS helps teachers to discover and use materials, knowledge and staff which will enhance their teaching methods; helps to provide and maintain a physical environment which facilitates learning; helps to develop positive faculty and student attitudes towards teaching, with faculty giving their best intellectual and personal effort to instruction and students becoming progressively independent learners while providing constructive feedback on teaching to faculty; and helps faculty and staff with research related to instructional improvement at the University of Guelph.

The Gwenna Moss Teaching and Learning Centre TLC provides teaching and learning programmes and resources for faculty and staff at the University of Saskatchewan.

University Teaching Services
 UTS at the University of Alberta supports excellence in teaching and learning by helping instructors and others enhance their teaching skills, by encouraging them to explore new approaches to teaching and learning, by striving to improve the academic environment for teaching and learning, and by supporting program and course development.


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