To ensure that graduates leave universities well prepared for a successful future, Ontario universities remain committed to continuous review and reinvigoration of teaching and learning strategies. This report looks at the well-established and evolving examples of innovation and effective teaching and learning, from the work of faculty members to the creation of teaching and learning centres and technological advances in teaching and learning.
Innovation is alive and well in Ontario universities. From webcam projects to e-portfolios and entrepreneurial start-up zones, universities are revolutionizing the way that teaching and learning is done through constantly evolving technologies.
Graduate Survey: A Better Future for University Students
University graduates are using their talents to fill the jobs that enable Ontario to provide vital services, support thriving local businesses, build ...Read more
Faculty at Work: The Composition and Activities of Ontario Universities’ Academic Workforce
This report is part of the Faculty at Work project initiated by the Ontario Council of Academic Vice-Presidents (OCAV) in 2011. The first phase of ...Read more