This chart provides links to the variety of resources and tools for faculty and instructor training and development at Ontario’s public colleges and universities which are available for use by faculty at any institution.
Colleges and universities across Ontario support their faculty and instructors by offering resources, tools, coaching, and training to help them enhance their teaching strategies, assessment practices, and student interaction. The resources and tools available on the websites of the centres responsible for teaching and learning open up a myriad of possibilities for new skills, new understandings, and enhanced practice.
In 2014, Carleton University started offering a dedicated and comprehensive certificate program that enhances educators’ abilities to develop and teach blended and online courses. In 2015, Carleton’s Teaching and Learning Services has made all of the materials and modules from that program available online as open educational resources (OERs). The materials are unbranded so that other institutions can adapt and adopt them for their own personalized blended and online teaching programs.
Click on the names of the departments to access the richness of the various websites.
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|Algonquin College||Learning and Teaching Services (LTS)|
|Brock University||Centre for Pedagogical Innovation|
|Canadore College||Quality Learning, Teaching & Innovation|
|Carleton University||Education Development Centre|
|Centennial College||Centre for Organizational Learning and Teaching|
|Conestoga College||Curriculum and Educational Technology|
|Confederation College||Teaching and Learning Centre|
|Durham College||Centre for Academic and Faculty Enrichment (C.A.F.E.)|
|Fleming College||Learning Design & Support Team|
|Georgian College||Centre for Teaching and Learning|
|Humber College||The Centre for Teaching & Learning|
|Lakehead University||Continuing Education and Distributed Learning|
|Lambton College||Learning Innovation Centre|
|McMaster University||Paul R. MacPherson Institute for Leadership, Innovation & Excellence in Teaching|
|Mohawk College||Centre for Teaching and Learning|
|Niagara College||The Centre for Professional and Organizational Development|
|Queen's University||Centre for Teaching and Learning|
|Ryerson University||Digital Education Strategies|
|Ryerson University||The Learning & Teaching Office|
|Sheridan College||Faculty of Continuing and Professional Studies|
|St. Clair College||In-Service Teacher Training Certificate Program|
|Trent University||Trent Online|
|University of Guelph||Open Learning and Educational Support|
|University of Ontario Institute of Technology||Teaching and Learning Centre|
|University of Ottawa||Centre for Innovative Pedagogies and Digital Learning|
|University of Ottawa||Centre for Innovative Technologies in Education|
|University of Ottawa||Teaching and Learning Support Service|
|University of Toronto||Centre for Teaching Support and Innovation|
|University of Waterloo||Centre for Teaching Excellence|
|University of Windsor||Centre for Teaching and Learning|
|University of Windsor||Office of Open Learning|
|Western University||Teaching Support Centre|
|Wilfrid Laurier University||Centre for Teaching Innovation and Excellence|
|York University||Teaching Commons|
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