We are publishing regular updates on the situation facing Canada’s universities with regard to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Universities’ funding can’t be judged against metrics such as student employment or salary outcomes over which universities have little control.
They say rising anti-Asian incidents in Canada worry them, but they won’t let that dash their ambitions.
The scientific community often relies on impromptu interactions to spur where the next set of experiments might go.
Students are the system’s principal stakeholders and we need to hear from them, especially as we contemplate the impacts of COVID-19.
A group of migration scholars share how the pandemic is impacting both their personal and work lives.
Mothers are feeling the burn of having to both work and take on most parenting duties.
Among their many efforts, students are collecting much-needed protective equipment, aiding frontline workers and assisting with contact tracing.
We must plan for online delivery throughout the upcoming academic year. Any other announcement is just wishful thinking.
Universities from across the country begin to state their intentions for September.
International students stranded on campus are trying to make the best of it for now, but don’t know what the future holds for them.
Video conferencing can be isolating and strange for some of your students – here are some tips to make sure everyone feels seen and heard.
The growth in both fully online and blended/hybrid learning is bound to accelerate – and both institutions and instructors had better prepare.
A Q&A with Tanya Sharpe, founder of U of T’s Centre for Research and Innovation for Black Survivors of Homicide Victims, about her timely new discussion series 30@8:30.
It is the nature of our work to be of service, but we have to remember to look after ourselves as well.
Educational institutions have long been concerned about the risk of being sued for copyright infringement, and a mass movement online introduces new issues.
What the history of pandemics can tell university leaders about the aftermath of COVID-19.
By fostering positive relationships, professors can help improve the mental health of their students.
From open-book tests to AI-enhanced proctoring tools, final exams will look very different for most faculty members.
The survey’s creators hope to change how we address student health and well-being at Canada’s postsecondary institutions.