The 2010-2011 year has been full of changes and accomplishments for Ontario universities. Flipped classrooms and new technology are providing enhancing the student learning experience, a new database ...

COU Annual Report 2010-11

Published: August 8, 2012

The 2010-2011 year has been full of changes and accomplishments for Ontario universities. Flipped classrooms and new technology are providing enhancing the student learning experience, a new database of financial information on all universities is increasing institutional transparency, and universities are improving services on campus to support mental health and accessibility. The annual report captures these efforts, along with others including advances in medical and nursing education and practices, the launch of a credit transfer body called the Ontario Council on Articulation and Transfer, and the launch of an Aboriginal self-identification project.

Ontarians can be extremely proud of our world-class postsecondary education system, which boasts some of the highest participation, retention and graduation rates in the world. — Alastair Summerlee Chair of the Council of Ontario Universities and President of the University of Guelph
Graduates of undergraduate programs consistently have higher employment rates and higher incomes than those with any other level of education.
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