Special events

TLSS occasionally organizes activities with or for other organizational units of the University for which registration is also required to limit the number of people (room capacity, etc.) and for statistical purposes. It is listed below if an activity is being organized when viewing this page.

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Higher Education in Times of Disruption: Improving the Student Learning Experience

Thursday, February 29 2024 14:00 - 15:30

Whether we are talking about the repercussions of a pandemic, climate change, political crises, economic instability or the unprecedented advances of artificial intelligence, our societies are facing major challenges. These disruptions require us to rethink the way we do things and the way we live...

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The AI Literacy Imperative: Empowering Instructors & Students

Monday, March 4 2024 11:00 - 12:00
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In an era defined by rapid technological advancements, understanding artificial intelligence (AI) is no longer a luxury but a necessity. By examining the fundamental aspects of AI literacy — awareness, capability, knowledge and critical thinking — this enlightening webinar unveils the pivotal role of AI literacy in academia and beyond...

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This event is organized and managed by Contact North. You will be redirected during the registration process. If you require technical support, please communicate directly with Contact North. This webinar is offered as free additional resources. The opinions expressed in it do not necessarily reflect the views of the TLSS or the University of Ottawa.

Academic resilience and motivation: A longitudinal exploration in the University of Ottawa student population

Thursday, March 14 2024 14:30 - 15:30
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The presentation will begin with a scoping review of the literature, examining the relationship between academic resilience and self-determination in students...

*Bilingual activity organized in collaboration with the research unit on the Advancement of Scholarship in Teaching and Learning (ASoTL).

Ottawa-Carleton Symposium

Tuesday, April 30 2024 08:30 - 16:00
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The Ottawa-Carleton 3rd Symposium on Science Education

In the spirit of sharing the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL) of our colleagues, we are proud to organize our third Ottawa/Carleton Science Education Symposium. Our theme is the link between pedagogical theory and practice, and we envision this day as a forum for dialogue and discovery of new ideas.

This is a call for proposals to contribute a 15-min talk, a 30 or 60-min round table discussion, workshop or demonstration or a poster presentation at the symposium

Deadline to submit your proposal: February 29, 2024.