Workshops

SCTL Schedule

Workshops (April 19 to May 14)

The SCTL has created a series of learning opportunities that focus on specific tasks relating to Semester Wrap-Up (Winter 2021) and Semester Start-up (Spring 2021). We realize everyone is busy so there is no need to register for any of these events as we welcome you to drop-in to ask questions or participate in workshops.

We invite everyone to download the schedule below as it also contains useful reminders for specific deadlines/events (e.g., W21 Grades Submission & Blackboard scheduled outage).

Screenshot for April 19 to April 30. Please review the document for more details
Screenshot for May 3 to 14. Please review the document for more details

1on1 Consultations

We will also continue to work with faculty/staff in 1on1 consultations. Please email SCTL@sl.on.ca to setup a consultation and let us know when you are available to meet. One of our team members will connect with you for a custom training session.

External Workshops

External PD Opportunity: ETC Webinar Series (Lunch & Learn)

The provincial ETC group has launched their webinar schedule on EdTech sessions which will take place during March/April. These external PD sessions are free but you must register using the link on their website. The link provided in the buttons below will enable you to learn more about ETC by visiting their website, review the webinar schedule, and follow the on twitter.

Registrations are completed via the ETC website all their events.

Workshop Recordings & Associated Resources

Professional Learning Weeks (March 1 to March 12, 2021)

The following sessions were originally delivered during our Professional Learning Week.

SLC Libraries / Indigenous Student Services

Additional Videos: The following resources were mentioned in the training sessions.

Professional Learning Week (Oct 26 to Oct 30, 2020)

The following sessions were originally delivered during our Professional Learning Week.

Semester Start-Up Fall 2020 (Aug 10 to Sept 4, 2020)

The following sessions were originally delivered during our Semester Start-Up for F20.