News for Engineering instructors

Thursday, May 28, 2020

Engineering update: Some updates on S2020 and F2020 for instructors

Update for instructors in the Faculty of Engineering

Feedback on S2020 term:  From my perspective, so far the term is going remarkably smoothly, considering we had only weeks to prepare for our first fully online term.  EngSoc had their first council meeting recently.  I thought their feedback is worth sharing with everyone.

Thursday, May 7, 2020

Engineering update: Final reminders, updates, and tips for S2020 instructors

Update for instructors in the Faculty of Engineering

The university's first ever fully online/remote term starts in just a few days, on May 11!  Thank you for all of your work in getting ready for this historical moment.  I'm actually looking forward to teaching my course remotely.  Here are some reminders, updates, and tips...

Thursday, April 2, 2020

Another group of useful tips for S2020 instructors

Update for instructors in the Faculty of Engineering

I have no doubt you are getting many tips about online teaching, which is new for almost all of us. The university has collected resources and they will be providing more resources in the near future.

In the meanwhile, here is another collection of practical tips that may help you prepare.

Monday, March 30, 2020

Engineering update: W2020 and S2020 tips and reminders

Update for instructors in the Faculty of Engineering

Some of the following items are new while others are old friends that are coming back as reminders.

Tuesday, March 24, 2020

Engineering update: Important updates for instructors (W2020 and S2020)

Update for instructors in the Faculty of Engineering

If you are aware of any students who are not enrolled in your course but who were planning to write your final exam (typically as a supp exam or to clear an INC), please communicate with those students or talk to your associate chair/director to ensure those students know exactly what is happening. This is especially important if you no longer have a final exam in your course this term!