Despite the shifts and challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, Teaching and Learning Services (TLS) has continued to make tremendous progress on initiatives that ensure Carleton remains at the cutting edge in Canadian higher education. Within Ottawa, across Canada, and around the world, Carleton is continuing to share knowledge and shape the future.
As we begin to prepare for the fall term, let’s take one last look back at winter 2021 and celebrate some of the accomplishments that shaped the term.
1,042 Unique Engagements with TLS
TLS continues to support the professional development of Carleton’s teaching community. In all, TLS had 1,042 unique engagements across the winter 2021 academic term from all faculties and various non-academic departments. Many of these engagements involved multiple touchpoints with TLS.
$800,000 eCampusOntario Funding Received
Carleton received funding for leading 10 hybrid and online learning projects in support of Ontario’s Virtual Learning Strategy. Carleton instructors are also collaborating on 13 additional projects led by other post-secondary institutions.
45 Classrooms Being Upgraded to HyFlex Learning Spaces
TLS collaborated with departments across campus to evolve the design of learning spaces on campus to accommodate students who will be physically present on campus and those learning remotely beginning in the fall 2021 academic term.
154 New SaPP Projects
Carleton’s Students as Partners Program (SaPP) is the largest in Canada. This growing innovative program fosters greater collaboration between instructors and students in developing and designing courses.
For more winter 2021 highlights, take a look at our TLS by the Numbers PDF.