Teaching Talks Webinar Series

In collaboration with Colleges across the University of Guelph, the Office of Teaching and Learning is hosting Teaching Talks - a series of webinars, discussing the imacts of the sudden move to remote teaching, on students, instructors, and administrators.

Join panelists who will share thier experiences, perpectives, and insights on a range of teaching and learning topics, and pose your questions following the presentation.

Register for the webinars below.  Access to recorded presentations will be made available either through links on this page, or directly to participants.


  • May 15th – 11:00 - 11:50 am : Moving online: What our students are saying. Join Dr. John Dawson, and Dr. Jason Mcalister from the College of Biological Science Office of Educational Scholarship and Practice as they discuss some of the feedback they received from students about their learning experiences during our move to emergency remote instruction and assessment. A recording of the webinar is available to University of Guelph faculty and staff.
  • May 25th – 1:30 - 2:20 pm : Academic Integrity in Remote Delivery: Reflection on W20. Join Dr. Karen Gordon and Dr. Brian Husband (the Associate Deans Academic from CEPS and CBS respectively) as they discuss their experiences with academic integrity during the W20 semester shift to emergency remote instruction and assessment. A recording of this webinar is now available.

  • June 9th – 1:30 - 2:20 pm : What is Accessible Multimedia? Join Marinette Fargo, a Digital Accessibility Analyst in CCS, who will discuss accessibility and the use of digital content for teaching and learning. Please register for this webinar at this link.

  • June 10th – 1:30 - 2:20 pm : Who’s Afraid of Digital Assessments? Join Lindsey Robinson and Carlea Blight (Digital Learning Specialists from the McLaughlin Library Media Studio), and Shehroze Saharan (Undergraduate Research Assistant with the Office of Teaching and Learning, and past Media Studio Consultant at the McLaughlin Library) in a presentation on the use of digital assessments. Please register for this webinar at this link.

  • June 11th – 1:30 - 2:20 pm : Assessments, Student Collaboration, and Integrity.  Join Dr. Matt Demers (Dept. Math & Stats) and Dr. Julie Vale (Schoool of Engineering)  as they discuss student collaboration and integrity of assessments in a remote teaching context. Please register for this webinar at this link.