Adaptation: Teaching 21st Century Skills

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DAAD German Language Teaching & Learning Workshop The fourth annual conference offers the chance to learn from experts in the field and to mingle with peers from other Canadian universities in an intellectually stimulating and collegial context. We are especially excited about this year’s line-up of speakers: Daniel Bowles from Boston College, Nicolay Ostrau from Dartmouth College, Maria Morrison from McGill University, James Skidmore from Waterloo University, Jason Lieblang from UBC, and a speaker from the Goethe-Institut Toronto. Coming soon! December 8th and 9th 2018 Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy, University of Toronto, 1 Devonshire Place Read More »

How to advertise a guest lecture

To get your guest lecture advertised on a poster and the website, please send Here are two examples as reminders: with a picture of the person giving the talk and with a picture related to the topic Read More »

Student forms and letters

Please visit the SGS website for all forms and letter templates you may need. Among others, you will find the following forms: Read More »

How to request a change or post on the departmental website

Website changes In your email, please include: For example, if you check other syllabi, you can see that we need information on whether it’s a graduate or an undergraduate course the term the course is taught in the course number with the Fall, Spring, or Year indicator information on whether the course is taught in English or German the title of the course the pdf of the syllabus Good example: “Please change the title of my article “German for Beginners” to “German Grammar for Beginners”; Location: (LINK of your profile page or whatever page you are referring to), Chapter “Recent articles”, 3rd entry Not so good example:   “My article about German for Beginners is now called German Grammar for Beginners” (and no further information) Posts in the category News, Events, Homepage Slider, Spotlight In your email, please include: Good example: “Please post the following article under Spotlight: Title: Call for submissions: Zeitgeist 2015 +picture +text Not so good example: “Hey, there’s a really interesting talk on Goethe at the Consulate next week, can you post it?” (no title, no picture, no text) Read More »

Tech Support

For tech support, please contact Urgent Issues ONLY (support is usually quick via email): If you have an urgent issue that needs immediate attention, questions or feedback, please reach out to us via cell phone or visit us in our new FAS IIT Client Services Walk-In Centre located in Sid Smith Room 560 (Ground Floor). Contact/Escalation Details: Main Escalation Line: 416-946-0570 *please try this line first John-Carlos Best (Team Lead), Mobile: 647-228-5361 Sotira Chrisanthidis (Sr. Manager), Mobile: 416-407-4120 Read More »

St. Michael’s College

St. Mikes Services Security Front Desk: 416-926-2099 Security Cell: 416-677-8663 Campus Police: 416-978-2323 Read More »

Graduate course grades

Grade submission form This form is a template and may be used by an instructor to submit an individual grade before the SGS grade submission deadline. Late Grade Submission or Grade Revision form – Late Grade Submission This form is to be used for submitting individual grades after the SGS grade submission deadline. Graduate units must provide an explanation when submitting a late grade to SGS. – Grade Revision A revised grade must be approved by both the graduate unit offering the course and by SGS. Graduate units must provide an explanation when submitting a revised grade to SGS. Read More »